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Every year ahead of the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), Apple announces a Swift Student Challenge as an opportunity for student finalists to attend the conference and meet with Apple experts. An incredible experience for building connections and gaining more knowledge in the iOS community.

However this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a slight twist — the conference would be held online, and the winning students awarded an exclusive WWDC 2020 jacket and pin set. The moment this year’s challenge was announced, I started brainstorming ideas and sketching things out.

Appetite For Competition

A rough sketch of an app.
The final product.

Playing around with Swift Playground

Abstract made concrete

I spent about a week and a half after work and on weekends building, improving, and iterating on my idea until I was happy with what I had made. I called my submission “Abstract”. Here is a link to my project.

This years’ prestigious WWDC jacket: It’s reversible, as it turns out.

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