Nominate the people and projects that help you the most
The Swift Community Awards are back for their third year, helping celebrate our amazing community and recognize the hard work of people and projects that help make Swift great.
Right now you can post nominations across 10 categories:
All categories are optional, so you can vote only in the ones you want to.
Click here to find out more about the categories and add your nominations. Nominations close on November 26th, with the shortlist open for final voting on November 28th.
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