try! Swift Conference is an international community gathering about the latest advancements in Swift Development. The event is about bringing together talent from all around the world to collaborate and share advanced knowledge and techniques to improve Swift craftsmanship. Coming again to Tokyo on March 18th & 19th 2020, with workshops happening on March 20th!
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Meet the Organizers
Founder of try! Swift
Natasha is an iOS developer by day and a robot by night. She blogs about Swift, watchOS, and iOS development on her blog, natashatherobot.com, curates a fast-growing weekly Swift newsletter, This Week in Swift, and organizes the try! Swift Conference around the world (including this one!). She's currently living the digital nomad life as her alter identity: @NatashaTheNomad.
Software Engineer / Onsen Lover
Daiki has developed iOS app for 8 years. Additionally, He is a Google Developer Expert for Firebase and contribute regularly to Open Source projects like Swift lang and so on. When not coding, He enjoys going Onsen ♨️, traveling in Japan or overseas and seeing friends.
Hideyuki is a Swift lover and focusing to enjoy learning and playing with Swift more. He organizes Swift愛好会 which is the group where Swift lovers gather in Japan. He is also the most famous Kanpai-er(person who make a toast). He is expanding the circle of Swift lovers with Kanpai.
Designer / iOS Developer
Nino Sakuma ( a. k. a. yucovin ) is a designer and a painter in Japan. She loves Apple products so much that she became an iOS developer. She is an instructor of iOS app development course for beginners `App Creator Dojo(App-Dojo)`. Web site: Apple Blog `Motto shiritai Ringo arekore`. Riko, the mascot of try! Swift, is designed by her.
A iOS engineer. working at Origami. Interested in Testing and Homekit.
Engineering Gateway at Mercari
Afroscript is a member of "Swift愛好会", a Swift community in Japan. He is an Engineering Gateway at Mercari.
iOS Developer at AbemaTV
Takeshi works at AbemaTV and develops InternetTV where he's an iOS developer. Usually, he goes bouldering and play fighting games.
A software engineer. A weekend freelancer.Working for Recruit Technologies Co.,Ltd.From iOS to server-side, engaged in a variety of businuess.
Mobile Application Developer at Hatena
Mobile Application Developer at Hatena Co., Ltd. I live in Kyoto. I ❤ Swift, but I use Go, Python, Kotlin, whatever. I like sake🍶. Let's drink together!
Mobile Application Developer at CyberAgent
Takashi is a mobile application engineer working for CyberAgent, Inc. Previously a developer of ad system for iOS, Android and Web, he now develops Android applications for new businesses at CATS.
Freelance iOS Developer
Freelance iOS Developer
Developer / Photographer
Kyusaku is an iOS developer at DeNA. He likes to take photos.
Software Engineer at Cybozu
Shota is a software engineer at Cybozu. He works as scrum master and develops some groupwares. His first programming language is Swift.
Satoru works as SAP Technical Consultant and AWS Solution Architect. His hobby is programming using Swift and making hardwares. In addition, he likes listening to music, watching plays and watching sports.
Mizuko is a fledgling engineer who loves Apple and beer🍺. She started leaning programming with Swift. Also she's now developing her first application to publish on App Store.
Akihito is a software engineer working at Sony. As a side project, he builds Mojico(https://itunes.apple.com/jp/app/id1157015747), a keyboard app, with pure Swift.
Reiko Y Goto
Reiko is a member of Swift愛好会 that is Swift community in Japan, and she is Swift programming teacher for kids. She would like to tell the next generation that “Programming is fun”, and also hopes a future that children have fun learning Programming.
Kazumasa is an iOS/Android app developer at Yahoo Japan Corporation, and organizes Bonfire iOS, which is a local meetup for iOS developers. He loves coding, internet culture, music and illustration.
Miki is an iOS developer and member of Swift愛好会. She likes to create something.