Swift and iOS Conferences in 202111 June 2021
One of my goals for 2020 was to attend three iOS conferences, so I could connect with more of the community and accelerate my learning of Swift. It started off well when I attended my first ever conference at dotSwift in Paris. I even wrote a blog post about the experience. The other two conferences I was going to attend were Hacking with Swift Live and iOSDevUK. Then, covid happened. Thankfully, Hacking with Swift Live was able to go ahead and Paul Hudson did a fantastic job of hosting it remotely.
Now that WWDC 21 is over, it's a great opportunity to see what conferences are still being held for the rest of the year and it's a great opportunity to learn about the new APIs.
Below is a list of all the Swift or iOS related conferences that have been announced and haven't happened yet this yet. I will update this post once a month to ensure it will always have up to date information. You can also follow me on twitter to make sure you don't miss any updates.
|try! Swift DUB DUB||11th June||Remote||Pay what you can||Lightening talks.|
|AddConf||23rd June, 25th June||Remote||$365 / £258||Talks available on demand after the event.|
|Hacking with Swift: Live!||2nd August - 4th August||Remote||$282 / £200||All proceeds go to charity.|
|360iDev||22nd-25th August||Remote & Denver, Colorado||$150 / £106 (remote)||In-person ticket is more expensive and includes lunch and receptions.|
|Swift Leeds||7th October||Leeds, UK||$176 / £120 (early bird)|
Have I missed one of your favourite conferences? Reach out to me on twitter to let me know!
Conferences not yet announced (or postponed this year)
|try! Swift Tokyo|
|iOS Dev UK|