try! Swift Mexico Workation - Application
Work remotely with a small group of Swift developers from around the world for a week in Mexico. Stay in small group accommodations near the beach, with private or shared room options available and plenty of community spaces to work and socialize. Private chef available on-site to cook meals throughout the day. Daily Wellness activities. Organized excursions on the weekend, and small planned activities during the week included. Work, Swim, Eat, Meet.

Dates: July 24th - August 1st, 2021
Private room w/ private bathroom: $2,500
Shared room (2 beds) w/ private bathroom: $1,800 per bed
Included: Accommodation, Group spaces, Wifi, Daily meals by a private chef, Weekend Excursions, Daily Wellness Activities, and more
Not included: Flight, alcohol, personal activities / outings

July 24 (Sat): arrival, check-in, group dinner
July 25 (Sun): all-day excursion
July 26 - 30 (Mon - Fri): remote work, meals, daily wellness activities, other small activities, beach or pool access
July 31 (Sat): all-day excursion
Aug 1 (Sun): group breakfast, check-out, departure

Note: We will contact you by July 9th with the next steps to finalize the reservation.
Email *
Name *
Github *
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Short Bio *
Tell us about yourself! What are you working on, your interests, hobbies, etc.
Desired Accommodation *
What are your planned work hours (for group activity scheduling purposes)? *
At what time do you usually sleep? *
At what time do you usually eat? *
Do you have any dietary restrictions? *
Would you be interested in giving a small talk or demo to other attendees during the community try! Swift night? If so - what topic would you like to discuss? *
I have read and agree to follow the try! Swift Code of Conduct during the event: *
try! Swift Workations is a professional event meant to build a supportive group remote work environment. Any level of unprofessional behavior such as harassment of other participants will not be tolerated.
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