At the end of January, Qutheory, the company behind Vapor, has published their expected release schedule for Vapor 3. The main takeaway is that it will follow Swift's release schedule as the latest iteration of the framework depends on some of the features and improvements made to the language.
Tim, one of the most prolific contributors to Vapor, has put together an article describing what's coming in Vapor 3. The most popular server-side Swift framework is going to change quite a lot in this iteration, so make sure to read about it and to keep up to date with the changes if you're running a Vapor project.
The Swift Cloud Workshop is less than two weeks away. People in the Bay Area should make sure to get a ticket. The event will be hosted by Google in collaboration with IBM and Amazon. The talks look incredibly exciting, and I hope the videos will be published online for everyone's benefit. 🤓
The organizers of first Server-Side Swift Conference in Europe have just announced that they will host the three-day event in Berlin this coming September (12th-14th September 2018). Tickets are not up for sale yet, but mark your calendars and start organizing your trip. I'm unquestionably going, and I'm looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible 😊.