In April 2021, Apple announced a Swift Student Challenge for young developers to demonstrate their coding abilities and expertise by building a Swift playground. Now, Apple select 350 Swift Student Challenge winners from 35 different countries and regions.
The winners were selected as part of Apple’s annual WWDC student challenge, each demonstrating their coding and problem-solving skills by submitting an original Swift playground to earn a spot.
See the full details on Apple’s website.
“Every year, we are inspired by the talent and ingenuity that we see from our Swift Student Challenge applicants,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations and Enterprise and Education Marketing. “This year, we are incredibly proud that more young women applied and won than ever before, and we are committed to doing everything we can to nurture this progress and reach true gender parity.”