Date

7th October 2021

Location

The Carriageworks, Leeds

Remaining

TBC

Speakers

7 Professional Speakers

Urgent Update

We have an urgent announcement about Swift Leeds. Unfortunately, due to the current global pandemic we’re having to cancel the conference in October 2020.

Our goal for SwiftLeeds is simple. Bring a brand new unique affordable conference built by the community for the community. This has always been our driving factor for decisions made on the conference.

We’ve been monitoring the situation globally and although we think the UK will be back to some level of normality in October we can’t guarantee what the social distancing measures will be and what our conference will look like.

With this, we’ve decided to put our community first. We want to protect you from making this decision and have decided to cancel and start preparing for 2021.

This was an extremely tough decision because we truly believe SwiftLeeds is going to be a unique conference in the North of England. Please trust that we’re already starting to confirm what 2021 looks like.

We’ve already booked the same venue, all our speakers have confirmed attendance for next year and we have reached out to our special early ticket holders to confirm a refund or retain for next year.

Like we’ve always said, a refund is always available for everyone in this current situation.

About SwiftLeeds 🚀

SwiftLeeds is a brand new conference hosted in the heart of Leeds City Centre, in The Carriageworks Theatre on Millennium Square. SwiftLeeds is going to be a jam packed 1 day conference with some amazing community experts.

You will be joined with community expert speakers and others looking to skill up and network.

The day will consist of talks, networking and learning lots of new skills.

We’re also offering an unbelievably valued SwiftUI workshop the day before hosted by the very talented Daniel Steinberg.

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Speakers 🎤

Tim Condon

Tim is a Swift developer from Manchester, UK. He's the server-side Swift team lead at raywenderlich.com and has written the unofficial-official book on Vapor with the founders of the framework. He founded Broken Hands a few

Vincent Pradeilles

Vincent started working on iOS apps back in 2011. For the last years, he’s been working at Worldline, where he contributes to building great apps for major French banks. He loves Swift and enjoys sharing about it on the Internet.

Tanja Lichtensteiger

Tanja started coding at 8 years old and now, almost three decades on, works as Engineering Manager at Sky Betting & Gaming, managing and leading Software Engineering squads. With 18 years’ experience of building software under her belt, she

Josh Holtz

Josh is the lead maintainer of fastlane tools and co-owner of RokkinCat — a software consulting company based in Milwaukee, WI. He started working on fastlane in 2015 and took over as lead maintainer in 2018.  He has a

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