Next Meetup

Internationalizing and Localizing iOS apps and monthly challenge!
We'll be talking about expanding our potential user base by making our apps accessible to non-english speakers throughout the world. This is relatively easy using the excellent tools Apple has built into Xcode and the Foundation framework. Jeffrey will show us how he internationalized and localized his latest app Prego Wheel into English, French, Arabic, and soon Chinese. Monthly Code Challenge: We'll also be comparing our solutions to this month's Swift challenge Nucleotide Count at . I encourage everyone to join our team and submit their own solution before the meetup: . Swift Basics Surely at some point we'll delve into a discussion about some core feature of Swift. We may even look something up in the Swift Programming Language online book: . What You'll Need (if you want to join in on any of the coding portions): • A laptop, preferably running macOS, although Swift does run on linux so you can always try this: • Install the latest version of Xcode from the Mac App Store at (macOS only). You'll want to download this ahead of time because it's multiple GB in size. • If you don't have the above–still come and learn! See you all soon! - Jeffrey

Red River College - Princess Campus - Room P316

160 Princess Street · Winnipeg, MB


What we're about

Public Group

A community of people learning Apple's open source programming language.

Learn Swift Winnipeg meets the third Wednesday of each month from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Red River College's downtown campus. We discuss all things Swift including language basics, iOS app development, and Server-Side Swift development.


Red River College ( provides usage of rooms and audio/video equipment for our meetups!

This Meetup group has 3 goals:

1) Introduce new developers to the Swift programming language.

2) Improve existing developers' skills through knowledge sharing.

3) Facilitate project collaboration between Developers, Designers, Producers, Creators, etc.

The Swift Programming Language:

The authoritative reference for Swift, offering a guided tour, a comprehensive guide, and a formal reference of the language:

A place to practice our Swift skills together via a monthly coding challenge. Join our team and submit a solution here:


A place to share code examples, feedback, presentation slides, etc.


Screencasts of select presentations (presenters can opt in or out).

Interested in presenting?

Whether you'd like to review a section of the Swift Programming Language book, do a live code review of your latest project, dive deep into your favorite Cocoa Touch framework, or even discuss a related language-agnostic topic like Machine Learning, we all benefit from the experience. Send your presentation topic to the organizer and we'll schedule you in!

*Hint* WWDC sessions ( are a good source of inspiration!

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