Student, Sydney. @_patmurray
Patrick is a student at the University of Technology, Sydney studying Computing and Marketing. He's just completed a semester abroad at George Mason U in the US. He's been building apps since 2010, and was a scholarship recipient at WWDC15. He enjoys competing in hackathons, having won prizes for many of his hacks. While not programming, Patrick can either be seen skiing too fast or globetrotting.
Hyper, Melbourne. @sreid768
After nearly a decade of launching Australia’s biggest online platforms for the likes of Movember, Disney, Hoyts and Converse, Sasha quit his job as a Digital Project Manager at 27 to pursue his dream of becoming an iOS developer. Since then, Sasha co-founded a mobile app agency called Hyper that focusses on helping online early stage start-ups get their idea off the ground.
Recovering accountant, Adelaide. @iEmRollin
Emily is a software developer and swift enthusiast from Adelaide who is passionate about the power of swift as an expressive, modern and scalable language. Emily enjoys product focussed system design and believes that code written in high level languages such as swift should be purposeful and articulate. Since converting to software development from the world of tax accounting three years ago Emily has built a number of iOS apps, and spends her time outside of work studying the intricacies of swift and exploring its use beyond the client and the confines of Cocoa Touch.
Trade Me, New Zealand. @nicktmro
Mobile. Technology. Community. Nick is the Head of Mobile at Trade Me, the leading online marketplace and classified advertising platform in New Zealand. In his spare time, Nick works on launching a startup he co-founded, and also organises Cocoaheads and the Google Developer Group Wellington. He loves his family, his dog, and coffee...
Redbubble, Melbourne. @Katalisha
Kate is a generalist engineer with an entrepreneurial streak. She started working with iOS in 2009 but really committed when Swift came out. Kate has been the founder multiple start ups and has developed apps for companies both large and small.
Currently, she works on the Redbubble mobile team doing a mix of Swift and Scala development.
Raver, Paris. @greg3z
Greg is a level 42 wizard with 8+ years experience in Swift development. In a previous life, he was addicted to electronic music festivals which, believe it or not, as a lot in common with tech conferences. He is now working on Baatch, a new secret app that will soon be on Tim Cook's iPhone.