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Jun 13, 2014
Swift Hack Day

Let's play with Swift!

Join Benjamin van der Veen and Survant James for an afternoon of play and exploration with Apple's new language.

Everyone is welcome, whether you're an iOS veteran or you're just getting started. Be prepared to learn, share, discuss, and meet new people!

Some project ideas:

  • Hello world!
  • An RSS reader
  • A notification center widget
  • Port an existing Obj-C project to Swift

Make sure to install Xcode 6 Beta beforehand and read through the introduction of The Swift Programming Language so you're ready to start hacking right away.

Jul 9, 2014
Esri Portland R&D Center

Lets get together and discuss our experiences with the new Swift programming language.

This won't be a talk, class or tutorial but rather an opportunity to work in small groups to teach and learn from each other.

All skill levels encouraged.

If you've found particularly good resources let me know and I'll share them with the other attendees.


Sep 25, 2014
How do I even Swift?
Jama South

Join us for the inaugural meetup of the Mobile Development PDX Meetup Organized by RipFog, featuring JP Simard from Realm, makers of a new open source mobile database built to replace Core Data & SQLite.

Presentation Topic: How do I even Swift?

Swift, Apple’s fresh new programming language, requires new ways of thinking. We'll look at how to approach the app building process to embrace Swift from different angles ranging from TDD, functional programming, documentation to dependency management.

RSVP via Meetup so we get enough beer!

Oct 21, 2014
Galois tech talk: Functional programming in Swift
Galois, Inc

Galois is pleased to host the following tech talk. These talks are open to the interested public–please join us! (There is no need to pre-register for the talk.)

abstract: At this year’s WWDC, Apple announced Swift, a new programming language for iOS and OS X development. In this talk, I’d like to give a brief overview of the language, focussing on its ‘functional features’. I’ll try to demonstrate that there are exciting new possibilities for applying functional programming technology to a new platform — like writing an app that computes Fibonacci numbers without using a for-loop.

bio: Wouter Swierstra is a lecturer at the University of Utrecht. He has recently written a book, Functional Programming in Swift, together with Chris Eidhof and Florian Kugler.

Dec 8, 2014
Swift + iOS 8 Developer Training
McMenamins Edgefield

Registration is now closed.

Totem is returning to Portland for a 5-day Swift and iOS 8 developer bootcamp. Join us Dec 8th - Dec 12th for intense, hands-on, instructor led training. We are hosting the event at the famous McMenamins Edgefield resort, less than 20 minutes from downtown Portland.

For registration information and the syllabus, check out

Dec 5, 2018
GeoDev Meetup (Mobile!)
Esri PDX R&D Center

This event is a social gathering for developers to discuss the latest in mapping, geo technology, geo services, web and mobile mapping apps, app design, cloud solutions, map data or anything else related to solving real-world "geo" problems. Developers of all levels of expertise are welcome, from seasoned GIS professionals to those new to geospatial development.

Join us on Wednesday, December 5th for a Mobile-themed meetup. That means the intro, keynote, and lighting talks will all be focused on usages of mobile within the context of GIS. Food and beverages will be provided at the meetup.

Have you built a cool geospatial mobile app recently that you'd like to show off? Submit a lightning talk! We'd love to see it!

Find out more details and RSVP on our Meetup page.

Oct 9, 2019
Swift for TensorFlow
Alchemy Code Lab

As you know this is more of group discussion meetup where we get together to discuss what we are learning, interested in, stumped by, curious about, etc...

This month I propose we talk about Swift for TensorFlow which I've been curious about for a while now.

There wont be a presentation. Instead I encourage you to read over the docs, try out some experiments and come share your findings and experiences. I have lots of questions about when/where it is useful and what kind of future it may have. I'm looking forward to hearing your questions and thoughts.

All levels of experience and backgrounds are welcome so don't be shy. We all learn from each other.

Also, if you have ideas for topics you'd like to see in future meetings please let me know. Thanks.