In an act of metropolitan defiance, this month we're continuing as normal.
⚡️ Neil Kimmett (https://twitter.com/neilkimmett), Writing Swift
🐦 Dan Cutting (https://twitter.com/dcutting), on Swift 3 and Emerging Idioms
⚡️ Daniel Devesa (https://twitter.com/dadederk), "Make Notifications Great Again!"
All Europeans welcome.
Important: To help Skills Matter, please also register on their event page (https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/8204-swift-london-july). They're super helpful, and that's all they ask in return.
♥️ Sponsored by novoda (https://www.novoda.com/) (thank you!)
All our events follow a Code of Conduct (http://www.meetup.com/swiftlondon/pages/Code_of_Conduct_%7C_Safe_Spaces), and you should too.
6:45 PM — WELCOME
6:50 PM — ⚡️ Neil Kimmett (https://twitter.com/neilkimmett), Writing Swift
7:00 PM — 🐦 Dan Cutting (https://twitter.com/dcutting), on Swift 3 and Emerging Idioms
7:30 PM — MINGLING BREAK
7:45 PM — ⚡️ Daniel Devesa (https://twitter.com/dadederk), "Make Notifications Great Again!"
7:55 PM — Panel Discussion/Interpretive dance routine
8:25 PM — CLOSING / PUB (http://crownandshuttle.com)
10 South Place
🕴STREET VIEW (https://email@example.com,-0.0858246,3a,75y,234.36h,96.44t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1siQ_ZRtb5xpODOSHKo7J2qQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en)
Transport: Under 5 minutes walk from Moorgate or Liverpool Street Station.
Bicycles: Normal London street parking. There are 4 London Cycle Hire stations close by.
Disabled Access: The venue has disabled access.
CALL FOR SPEAKERS!
Would you like to talk, make a proposal! (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1krC3V_ukYYg5O_zxUBEwh4v6H4ieMi0hOok8P3nY7Lo/viewform?c=0&w=1)
Do you know someone we should ask? Let us know! ([masked])
We have slots for lightning talks (5-10 mins) as well as longer talks (20-30 mins).
If you’ve never spoken before, or you’re unsure, we’ll do our best to support you. It’s a very friendly group 🙂
Morgan at [masked]
Say hi on Twitter @SwiftLDN (https://twitter.com/SwiftLDN)
A huge thank you to the fine folk at novoda (https://www.novoda.com/) for helping with our video. An equally huge thanks to Skills Matter (https://skillsmatter.com/) for hosting :)