Apple this morning officially announced as many as 350 winners of its annual WWDC Swift student challenge from 41 different countries and regions.
The Cupertino company says the winners were picked based on the originality of their Swift playground submission. Some of the highlighted students include Palash Taneja, Devin Green and Sofia Ongele who view this challenge as an opportunity to effect change.
“Every problem is a call to action — and they are answering, loud and clear,” reads Apple’s press release. Be sure to read Apple’s announcement for further details on the three aforementioned winners along with the descriptions of the apps they’ve created.
The WWDC 2020 Swift student challenge is part of Apple’s annual initiative that was designed to recognize and celebrate the next generation of coders and creators.
As per Apple’s official invite and event schedule, the 31st WWDC kicks off on June 22 in a virtual format. The keynote and daily session videos will be streamed free of charge through the Apple Developer app (now available on macOS, too) and the Apple Developer website.