Hacking with Swift Live is a new, in-person iOS event covering everything new from WWDC19 plus a variety of core skills and techniques, all packed into two days of learning.
Even better, all profits go to App Camp for Girls, so you can learn Swift, make friends, and help a fantastic cause all at the same time.
If you'd like to attend, here's the least you need to know:
All tickets include lunch on both days plus coffee, snacks, and an invite to our event party.
To find out more and to get your ticket today, click here.
App Camp For Girls seeks to address the gender imbalance in technology by inspiring middle-school age girls, transgender, and gender nonconforming youth with a broad introduction to the process of app development, from brainstorming and designing ideas to building and pitching their apps.
The inaugural season of App Camp for Girls took place in Summer 2013, and since then they’ve worked with over 250 aspiring developers and over 80 mentor volunteers.
If you would like to join our event, reach a wide range of iOS developers from the UK, Europe, and beyond, and help support App Camp for Girls all at the same time, we would love to have you sponsor Hacking with Swift Live.
We have a variety of packages available – please email email@example.com to get our sponsor pack.
Word of mouth is critically important for a new event like this one, so please post on social media, on Slack channels, at your meetups, and more – we'd love to welcome lots of people to learn Swift and help a great cause at the same time. And if you know a company that might be interesting in sponsoring the event, please send them our way!
For more information on the event, including recommended hotels, travel information, and of course tickets, please visit https://www.hackingwithswift.com/live
I look forward to meeting you in July – with your support I know we can make this an awesome event!
Paul Hudson is the creator of Hacking with Swift, the most comprehensive series of Swift books in the world. He's also the editor of Swift Developer News, the maintainer of the Swift Knowledge Base, and Mario Kart world champion. OK, so that last part isn't true. If you're curious you can learn more here.