A podcast about the Swift programming language, the evolution of the language and its community. Founded by Chris Lattner, Garric Nahapetian and John Sundell, and run by the Swift community.
United States
6 episodes
since Jan. 16, 2019


A bit more than a month after SwiftUI’s grand introduction during WWDC 2019, Kateryna Gridina, Paul Hudson, Erica Sadun and John Sundell discuss their first impressions of Apple’s declarative new UI framework and the Swift language features that enable it.Hosted byKateryna GridinaPaul HudsonErica SadunJohn SundellLinksSwiftUISwift IslandSE-255: Implicit returnsSE-244: Opaque result typesSE-250: Swift code style guidelinesHacking with SwiftSwift by SundellMusicIntro and outro music by Gorka Ercilla.How to get involvedWant to contribute to the Swift Community Podcast? We’d love your help and support. This show is run just like an open source project — and you’re more than welcome to contribute. Check out the show’s GitHub repository for more information.
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