On October 1, 2016, a small conference on the topic of Functional Programming in Swift will happen in Budapest (similar to the 2014 and 2015 editions in Brooklyn). We will have a day filled with awesome talks and lots of great conversation. October 2nd, we'll also have an unconference/hackday.


Chris Eidhof

Gina Binetti & Lisa Luo

Viktor Belényesi

Yasuhiro Inami

Károly Lőrentey

Daniel Haight

Rheese Burgess

Brandon Williams


Mosaik will be our host, Bitrise has kindly offered to provide us snacks, lunch, and drinks. The space is located at 32 Pannónia St, 1136, close to the 4/6 tram.


Join us at 9am on Saturday for breakfast and conversations with other functional programming enthusiasts. The first talk will begin at 10am, there will be 30 minute talks until around 5 pm. Lunch will be served around 1pm.

Let's hang out and hack together all Sunday. The venue is available for us from 10am to 5pm. No agenda, no catering - plain freestyle. There are plenty of places to grab coffee, or lunch in the area.


Tickets are available here.

Inclusivity Policy

We think that diversity is important: people are diverse, problems and opportunities are diverse, and conferences are better when they reflect that. Here is our inclusivity policy.


This event is organized by Agnes Vasarhelyi, Brandon Williams and Chris Eidhof. If you have questions or need to contact us you can email us at the following addresses:

Previous Editions

2014 (Brooklyn): See the old website for a short recap (and videos).
2015 (Brooklyn): See the old website for a short recap (and videos).