I’m not really a big fan of community awards as they can sometimes feel like a bit of a popularity contest. So, it may come as a surprise that I’m opening this week’s issue with a link to the Swift Community Awards which are open for voting right now.
Just to be clear, I mean absolutely no disrespect by introducing the link in that way! What Paul does for the community is fantastic, I’ve just never really been a big fan of awards. 😀
It’s also important to note that I’m not doing this because I want you to vote for iOS Dev Weekly! Instead, I’m linking it because you’ll almost certainly find some other interesting resources there, and I know that’s also what Paul had in mind when he set this up.
So, there’s other newsletters, conferences, open source libraries and a vote for the best conference talk which was probably the highlight for me. Go and find something new.
One final note on this. I am not sure who nominated iOS Dev Weekly for the best newsletter category but it’s a good opportunity to thank you all again for sticking with me and continuing to read every week. I’m so glad that after all this time people still get value from reading what I write here. Thank you very much for the nomination, and for reading!