/* CocoaHeads Atlanta */

let topic = [
    "title": "some'n'any: an exploration of opaque types in the context of generics and protocols in Swift",
    "presenter": "Mikey Ward",
    "abstract": #"""
  Generics and protocols in Swift already had a fraught relationship, and then the `some` keyword showed up with SwiftUI and the `any` keyword arrived more recently. Let's take a look together at the `some` and `any` keywords, and what they mean for our old and new usage of generics and protocols.

let gettingThere = [
    "dateTime": "2023-02-09T19:00:00-0500", // February 9, 2022, 7pm ET
    "location": "Online! We'll send the Zoom link to the mailing list (sign up below) and to the #atlanta channel of the CocoaHeads Slack workspace (contact us for an invitation) on the day of the meeting. If you miss the email, message @chatl or email us for the link."

let chapter = [
    "parentOrg": "CocoaHeads",
    "contactEmail": "organizer@cocoaheadsatlanta.org",
    "twitter": "@chatl"
    "slack": "Contact us above for an invitation!"