try! Swift is the biggest international iOS developer conference in the world focusing on the new Swift Programming Language. try! Swift India is an amazing chance for developers in the Asian Pacific region to learn the latest world trends in iOS, tvOS, and watchOS development using the industry's best standards. Learn from 10+ international speakers, engage with the community. Coming to Bangalore on November 18th & 19th 2017!

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Meet the Speakers

Robin Malhotra

Open Source Contributor

Bhargav Gurlanka

Senior iOS Engineer at Agoda

Cate Huston

Mobile Lead at Automattic

Vatsal Manot

Swift Compiler Guru

Mugunth Kumar

Top Selling iOS Books Author

Mamatha Busi

Swift Foundation APIs Contributor

KS Sreeram

Founder of Clay Programming Language & Clay Labs

Jesse Squires

Swift Weekly Brief, Swift Unwrapped

Kamilah Taylor

Sr. Software Engineer at LinkedIn

Jonathan Guthrie

Sr. Software Engineer at Perfect.org

Satoshi Hachiya

iOS Engineer at ookami

Shivam Mishra

iOS Team Lead at BookMyShow

Aishwarya Kumar

Engineering Manager at Flipkart

Many more amazing speakers will be announced in the next few weeks!

Workshops

Swift Robot

Bob Lee & Ritesh Gupta
This workshop is designed for developers who are interested in learning iOS app development with Swift. Even if you do not have any prior iOS programming experience, you will learn how to create an iOS app and understand the Swift basics by the end of the workshop. We'll look at Swift fundamentals like properties, optionals, access-controls, functions, protocols, structs, generics, enumerations, functional programming & error handling. We'll use Swift Playgrounds to explore some of these aspects of the language including the latest additions to Swift 4.0.

Swift Guru

Pushkar Kulkarni & Rahul Katariya
The Advanced Swift workshop will enable Swift programmers appreciate some of the fundamentals of the Swift language in a deeper sense. We plan to dive deep into language concepts that programmers will eventually encounter in their iOS app development journey - collections, protocols and generics. We’d also demonstrate using custom operators to define beautiful operator-based custom languages within Swift! Different aspects of memory management will also be discussed. We will use Swift Playgrounds and language updates pertaining to Swift 4 will be adopted wherever applicable.

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Meet the Organizers

Natasha Murashev

Founder of try! Swift

Vaishnavi Srinivasan

Tech Lead at Capital One

Alvin Varghese

Founder of Swift India

Giridhar V.C

iOS at Zoho

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Conference Venue (November 19th)

Swift Robot Workshop Venue (November 18th)

Swift Guru Workshop Venue (November 18th)

Travel

The Leela Palace Bangalore

The Leela Palace Bangalore

If you are traveling internationally, we highly recommend that you stay here. The group price starts at 12500 INR / night, with an amazing breakfast and wifi included in the package. You can also arrange Airport Transport, which we highly recommend for your own safety. To book, please fill out this form and send it to the email address specified in the booking instructions.

FAQ - try! Swift India

How is a Conference different from a Meetup?

A meetup is usually a small local gathering of people with shared interests that takes place monthly or weekly and lasts for about 2 - 3 hours each time, usually in the evenings. In contrast, a conference is a big international event that spans several days and that only typically happens once a year. We’re expecting 20+ international speakers and 500 attendees from all over India and the world at try! Swift India!

By attending a conference such as try! Swift, you expose yourself to people and thinking about your field from all over the world, not just your locale. This will help you get ahead in your career - you will learn the latest technologies and have the opportunity to make connections with very important people in the global community.

What is the format of try! Swift India?

The main conference days for try! Swift India are November 16th and 17th, with Beginner and Advanced Swift workshops offered the day before on November 15th. To get the most out of the conference days, we highly recommend attending the Beginner and Swift workshops the day before the conference.

During the conference days, there will be 20+ international speakers giving 20-minute presentations each about various Swift topics such as Open-Source Swift, Server-Side Swift and Swift on Android, as well as using Swift for iOS, watchOS, and tvOS development, and any new platforms Apple will announce at their annual WWDC conference. There will also be a few presentations about other important career-related topics, such as design and workplace best practices.

In addition to 20-minute presentations by our impressive international speakers, attendees will have the option to attend one-on-one office hours with each speaker. The official office hours are timed at 20 minutes, but usually these discussions last much longer, making this the most valuable part of the conference for both attendees and speakers. Speaker office hours are relatively unique to the try! Swift conference - most conferences only have a 5-minute public Q&A after each talk. Make sure to take this opportunity to meet the speaker in person and ask them about any issues you’re facing in your code that they may be an expert on!
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