Did you win something? Find out inside!
On Monday I announced a competition giving away over $5000 of Swift books, and now it’s time to announce the winners. If you entered, just press Cmd+F and search for your Twitter handle to see if you’ve won!
First prize, winning the Swift Power Pack, the Swift Platform Pack, and Dive Into SpriteKit, goes to @clc_80.
The twenty readers winning the Swift Power Pack are: @xianglongkong, @ben_muta, @prajkumar2017, @razma30, @mohammad_z74, @invisiblepixels, @addisonwebb, @blakeberryman, @bertsnyers, @welverinmobile, @adamsimo, @ltrutter, @grudev, @OleaBlossom, @MJack94, @chillieguy, @DeaconnFrost, @cr_wells, @pinatavision, and @jairoelid.
The twenty readers who win the Swift Platform Pack are: @tametechie, @3holepunch, @ant0nnov, @AntonLerp, @askari01, @rcgottlieb, @supermamon, @devfountain, @glen_andrew, @swiftkaffee, @donnywdavis, @jouhsuan168, @ZeddicusDockery, @cleg, @swiftcodingmate, @raspynho, @dluzajic, @aquaboxdotca, @robinkunde, and @brian_dutton.
The thirty readers who win a copy of Dive Into SpriteKit are: @cyrilivargacia, @musa_almatri, @pdominique, @stefanlaza, @xaerif, @suzgupta, @Frost_Noxia, @ckeithray, @AmWasHere, @Cyrus_OT, @evankstone, @pavithramouli, @mspasov, @akonakov, @eirikva, @lacke, @jose_ibanez, @sgraff, @tonylea, @roweral, @RoyRollan, @dreamlogick, @JoeNews462, @Jordiftw, @boilerbills, @froo, @mmgreenmms, @riccihammond, @crissto39, and @bastilimbach.
To claim your prize: Email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you can, and I'll send back your book(s).
Thanks for taking part, and congratulations to the winners!
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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 a speaker at Swift events around the world. If you're curious you can learn more here.
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