I didn’t think I’d ever get to see anything I had worked on in a WWDC session presentation. That’s a privilege even if you work inside Apple. It’s pretty much unheard of if you don’t.

And yet, this week, it happened. 🤯

It began when I started receiving messages and DMs from people saying, “Did you just see the mention of a package index on that slide?” during the Platforms State of the Union. I hadn’t even seen it, but a quick screenshot proved it! I did wonder for a few seconds whether we might be about to be Sherlocked, but something far more exciting was on the table.

It came in the “What’s new in Swift” session on Tuesday. 2m45s into the session, Nicole Jacque begins talking about Swift Packages, and suddenly, there’s a screenshot of the package index! Right there in a WWDC session! I couldn’t quite believe it.

I want to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone who was involved in making this happen. I have to think this decision wasn’t taken lightly, and it’s so lovely to see that people inside Apple think what we’re working on is important enough to include alongside their own work. The Swift Package Index remains the most exciting part of my work every week, and I can’t wait to see where we take it over the next year.

So, that was my highlight of this week, but that was far from the only exciting thing that happened! As usual, I’m not going to try and cover every announcement or new API today. We have several months for that!

I hope you all had a great WWDC week, and enjoy the collection of links below, as always!








Senior iOS Software Engineer @ TeamSnap – If you’re looking to build on a product with 25+ million users and has been featured by Apple at WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference), TeamSnap is the place for you! We’ve been remote since before remote was cool. You’ll work on a team with big ideas, tiny egos, and a love of sharing party parrot emojis in Slack. – Remote within the US

Mac & iOS Software Engineer @ Flexibits – We make Fantastical and Cardhop, award-winning calendar and contacts apps for Mac and iOS. We were honored to win Apple's Mac App of the Year in 2020 and we're looking to make our apps even better! We are a 14 person, fully-remote company spread across the US and Europe, and welcome anyone from around the world. We prefer people in US and European time zones. – Remote

iOS Developer @ Citymapper – Our small team of iOS developers help to make cities usable. Cities are complicated. We use the power of open data, mobile, and payment tech to make transport sustainable and hassle-free. Our award-winning transport app is built for the real world of commuters and adventurers across the globe. Come and work on an app that you and your friends use every day! – London UK or Remote

Senior iOS Software Engineer @ Doximity – Doximity, the medical network used by over 70% of US physicians, is hiring passionate Senior iOS engineers (remote-friendly!). You'll get to be part of an amazing product team and work on an app that is constantly evolving. Use your skills (Swift, MVVM, FRP) to be an integral part of our newly launched telemedicine feature. Apply today! – San Francisco CA or Remote within the US

Mobile Full Stack Engineer @ Expensify – Join our passionate team of top-notch engineers to solve a real-world problem, and help people spend less time managing expenses and more time pursuing their real goals. As we revolutionize the way people manage their expenses, being part of the Expensify team means building the easiest, fastest, and most efficient platform to automate everything expense-related. – Remote, New York City NY, Portland OR, Ironwood MI, San Francisco CA, London UK, or Melbourne Australia

Senior iOS Software Engineer @ GoodNotes – An Apple-featured top paid app that transforms your iPad into digital paper, with millions of happy users. GoodNotes has an engineer-first culture, even their founder has been involving day to day engineering work. Paid holidays, stock options, internal hackathon, work from home budget, gym subsidy! – London, Hong Kong, or Remote

Engineering Director @ WillowTree – As an Engineering Director, you’ll mentor a team of all levels to help them achieve their personal and professional goals. Your partnership and coaching skills will impact our teams, clients, and company! You’ll have clear oversight of how engineering runs day-to-day and you’ll influence project outcomes and team happiness. – Columbus OH

Senior iOS Engineer @ onX – Are you an iOS developer who loves the outdoors? Join onX! If you’re passionate about writing great software, love playing outside, believe in protecting access to public lands, and want to dominate the off-pavement mobile GPS market – then join our team, where we empower millions of outdoor enthusiasts to explore the unknown! – Missoula MT, Bozeman MT, or Remote within the US


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Thanks so much to this week’s iOS Dev Weekly Insiders! Pavel Kazantsev, Alexandre Colucci, Egor Mikhnevich, Chris Downie, and Saul Mora. Thank you all so much. 🙏

This week’s insider’s call is on Monday, and we’ll naturally chat about everything that happened at WWDC this week! Would you like to join us?


And finally...

You're probably getting lots of congratulatory messages, so I just wanted to remind you... 😂

Congratulations to all of the Apple design award winners!