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Steven Berard, Ben Sullivan, Chris Hefferman, and Jordan Muncrief
Fireside Swift
Fireside Swift is a popular Swift programming podcast where four buddies discuss a new Swift topic each week. They try to stay informal while also conveying the information they know about each topic with bits of humor sprinkled throughout. Have a seat by the fire, and enjoy some nerdy discussion with friends!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 177 ratings
Not bad for beginners
A little much cruft, but there’re some good nuggets, especially for beginners. The hosts try to be entertaining, but even when they don’t quite succeed at being funny, they more than make up for in attitude and friendliness. After listening to all backisodes, and 10 episodes of the current...Read full review »
rhsiao via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/02/21
Great podcast
The perfect combination of informal and formal. I learn a lot and have fun at the same time. Great song too!
tudlak via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 05/07/21
Roadside Swift
Great people, great content, great for a drive. My husband and I are moving about an hour away from Toronto, and when we drive to/from we always put on Fireside swift for the trip. Now, I find him humming the theme song around the house. Thank you? Haha keep up the great work!
Anna Alderson via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/29/21
Recent Episodes
WWDC21 Special Ben, Chris, and Sean put a few logs on the campfire and start talking about their favourite programming language, Swift. Today they talk about what was announced at WWDC 2021 including what they liked and disliked, with special guest Sean Allen.
Published 06/10/21
Tutorial Videos Stewart, Ben, Chris, Jordan, and Steve put a few logs on the campfire and start talking about their favorite programming language, Swift. Today they talk about making tutorial videos and how to generally teach and learn Swift.
Published 05/27/21
Displaying Errors to Users Ben, Chris, Jordan, and Steve put a few logs on the campfire and start talking about their favorite programming language, Swift. Today they continue their discussion of networking in apps by discussing how to show errors to your users.
Published 05/13/21
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