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  • Protocol-Oriented Programming in Swift – Part 1

    Hi there, I’m Charles Nyisztor, and I welcome you to this new tutorial on Swift programming. In this video, I am going to talk about the protocol-oriented programming, a new paradigm introduced…

  • Winter

    Walking

    Today, I was about to hop in my car to bring my son home from school. Just as usual. But then I changed my mind. I don’t have to rush back to the…

  • Thread Pools

    My Pluralsight Article: Concurrency in Swift 3

    Yay! My Plurasight article just got published! “Concurrency is vital. Without it, our computers and smartphones wouldn’t provide the seamless user experience we’ve come to rely on. Today’s computers and operating systems can…

  • Swift

    Swift Style Guides & Other Resources

    Syntactically correct Swift code does not necessarily mean great Swift code. Programming in Swift requires you to adhere to some linguistic and other rules. Swift 3.0 brought a plethora of changes and…

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    Software Development from A to Z

    Now you can get this course for $10 (50% off). Special offer, 18 coupons left! It is not easy to explain what programming is all about. It becomes even more challenging if…

  • Chris Lattner

    The Creator of Swift Leaves Apple

    Chris Lattner decided to leave Apple after eleven years. Chris is an excellent engineer, and his name became famous after the introduction of the new programming language called Swift back in 2014.…

  • Empty Calendar

    Empty Calendar: Priceless!

    Until just a couple of days ago, my calendar used to be filled with upcoming meetings and other useless stuff. Just checked my phone, and what I see is PRICELESS! 🙂 Don’t…

  • I finally left the rat race

    I Quit

    Just quit the 9-to-5 today and became officially FREE! I’ve been preparing for this for more than three years. Finally, I will have the time to work on the projects I love.…

  • Don't wait until it kills you

    Dying. Slowly.

    The environment has a huge impact on your feelings, health, self-esteem and happiness overall. The people you interact with determine the way you live your life. They can make you feel inspired,…

  • Strong Reference Cycles With Closures

    Hi there, I’m Charles Nyisztor, and I welcome you to this new episode on Swift. In this video, I am going to talk about strong reference cycles that can occur in Swift…