Swift Weekly Brief

A community-driven weekly newsletter about what's happening in the Swift open source projects at Swift.org. Curated by Bas Broek. Started by Jesse Squires. Published for free every other Thursday.


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Swift Weekly Brief is distributed every other Thursday to thousands of savvy Swift developers and enthusiasts. Each issue contains quality links and commentary on what's happening in the Swift.org open source projects, as well as what's happening in the Swift community at large. There are over 3,800 subscribers and over 8,200 followers on Twitter.

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There is a single Sponsored Link available per issue for $200. This is featured prominently at the beginning of an issue — after the opening comments but before the first section headline. These links are great to get conferences, developer tools, workshops, products, or services noticed by subscribers and followers. Sponsored Links should be relevant to the Swift programming community. To sponsor an issue, get in touch using the button below.

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Examples of previous sponsors: Issue #53, Issue #56, Issue #60, Issue #63, Issue #75, Issue #76

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Availability 2019

  Issue   Status
September 5 Open
September 19 Open
October 3 Open
October 17 Open
October 31 Open
November 14 Open
November 21 Booked
November 28 Open
December 12 Open
December 26 No issue