The Swift Community Podcast
Summary: 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.
A panel discussion about server-side Swift, recorded live at the Server-Side Swift conference in November 2019. Join Tim Condon as he talks to Kaitlin Mahar, Siemen Sikkema, Tanner Nelson and Ian Partridge about the current state of Swift on the server, and what the future might have in store.
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.
Andrew Litteken, Chris Lattner and Suyash Srijan sit down to talk about the Swift Compiler and how you (yes you!) can contribute to the compiler!
Matt Dias, Barbie Vanaki, Bas Broek and John Sundell discuss the current state of the Swift community. What’s great, what can be improved, and how can we help keep up the spirit of building together? Topics include meetups and conferences, blogging, podcasting, diversity, Swift on non-Apple platforms, and more.
Jon Shier, Kelvin Mau, and Chris Lattner discuss the story behind Swift 5's Result type, an upcoming proposal on Character Literals and what its like to participate in the Swift Evolution Process.
On this episode, Garric Nahapetian, Chris Lattner, and Bas Broek use Bas's experience as the curator of the Swift Weekly Brief as a jumping off point to discuss the unique challenge of maintaining an open source project where the community does not necessarily commit a lot of code.
Welcome to the Swift Community Podcast — a podcast for the Swift community, by the Swift community. On this initial episode, John Sundell, Garric Nahapetian and Chris Lattner introduce the concept of the show and why it was created — and recount their first impressions of Swift and the evolution of the community, starting with Chris’ initial prototype back in 2010.