Monday 3rd Sept 4pm to 6pm:  Optional Advanced Swift tutorial (included in the cost of the conference).

Tuesday 4th 9:30am to Thursday 6th Sept 12:30pm:  A wide range of speakers, with two tracks to the conference some of the time, to allow attendees to configure the conference to their needs:

Thursday 6th Sept 1pm to 3pm:  Further optional tutorials (included in the cost of the conference).

Several talks are still being arranged, and so some speakers are not listed yet. It is also a long time to the conference and things can happen, so this list should be looked on as a draft list which may change.

Tutorial Speakers

Paul Hudson:  Swift Best Practices. Paul is the author of Hacking with Swift, Pro Swift, Server-Side Swift, Hacking with macOS, Hacking with watchOS, Swift Coding Challenges, Practical iOS 11, and more. Suffice it to say, he quite likes Swift. And coffee. (But mostly Swift.) (And coffee.) 

Kateryna Gridina:  Using ARKit for Augmented Reality. Kateryna is a mobile feature lead at Zalando.

Tim Condon:  Serverside Swift.. Tim is a Vapor expert, founder of Broken Hands and BBC software engineer. 

Still being sorted by Google:  Using Cloud Firestore. Cloud Firestore is Firebase's brand new NoSQL database in the cloud. We expect to arrange a workshop to let people try using it for mobile applications. (This may be a four hour workshop on Thursday afternoon, so wouldn't finish until 5pm).

Conference Speakers

  • Adam Rush: Adam is a contract iOS developer with over 7 years experience. He writes for and often speaks at conferences.
  • Aleksander Grzyb: Aleksander is an iOS engineer at Allegro in a large team that’s distributed through couple of cities in Poland.
  • Chris Winstanley: Developer at the BBC, ready to share what he has learned about Siri Shortcuts.
  • Christopher Batin: Has been doing iOS development for a few years but only commercially for 2 years. Left university a year ago straight into Sky Bet working on a hybrid app.
  • Daniel Leivers: He's been an iOS developer since the launch of the App Store and has worked on apps with a variety of different clients including The Wall Street Journal, Audi, Cartoon Network and more. 
  • Dave Verwer: Dave is the compiler of the immensely popular iOS Dev Weekly magazine as well as an iOS developer.
  • Ellen Shapiro: Ellen is a prominent speaker on all things iOS.
  • Elliot Schrock: Lead Developer at Thryv, Inc
  • Ewa Bielska: Ewa is a senior iOS engineer in tests and will share their experience with testing an iOS app at scale.
  • Francisco Reynolds: An iOS dev from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I been writing iOS apps for +5 years, Currently working as a remote dev for Toptal
  • Gregg Jaskiewicz: Freelancer, Maker, Software engineer, Security Architect, iOS and macOS Developer. 
  • Jayesh Kawli: Currently living in Boston, Massachusetts working at Wayfair as a Senior iOS developer.
  • Joachim Kurz: Joachim is working as an iOS developer at Yelp and he likes to give talks about APIs and tools that are super-valuable in day-to-day life but are often overshadowed by discussions about the newest technologies or yet another architecture style. 
  • Luca Bartoletti: Currently iOS lead at Citymapper; started working on iOS in 2008. Worked in big companies and small startup before joining Citymapper in 2014.
  • Luke Parham: Luke is an iOS Developer at Fyusion where he works on architecture and performance for the Fyuse SDK, a platform for spatial photography. He's also a writer/video maker at and an avid Rocket Leaguer.
  • Manuel @stuffmc Carrasco Molina: Started developing for iOS in 2008. Started Objective-Cologne, now SwiftConf, in 2012. With Swift since 2014 (pre-1.0). Working as a Privacy Developer for Certgate.
  • Maxim Zaks: Tells computers how to waste electricity. Hopefully in efficient, or at least useful ways.
  • Mikhail Churbanov: Been in software development for about 10 years with wide experience and many languages., but after acquaintance with Swift it totally became his favorite one and primary focus. 
  • Paul Hudson: Paul is the author of Hacking with Swift, Pro Swift, Server-Side Swift, Hacking with macOS, Hacking with watchOS, Swift Coding Challenges, Practical iOS 11, and more. Suffice it to say, he quite likes Swift. 
  • Phil Nash: Phil is the author of the test frameworks, Catch - for C++ and Objective-C, and Swordfish for Swift. As Developer Advocate at JetBrains he's involved with CLion, AppCode and ReSharper C++. 
  • Shashikant Jagtap: Shashikant is a software professional, he loves automating software delivery using DevOps and test automation tools. He like to contribute to Open-Source projects and is an author of BDDfire (Ruby), XCFit (Swift) framework. 
  • Steve Scott: Scotty has been a freelance developer since 1992 although he is probably best known for being the host on a number of developer podcasts including Late Night Cocoa and The iDeveloper Podcast. He was also the host and creator of NSConference.
  • Tim Condon: Vapor expert, founder of Broken Hands and BBC software engineer.