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    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…

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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.…

  • Testing Asynchronous Code in Swift 3

    Hey, Charles Nyisztor here,
and I welcome you to this new video on Swift 3 programming. In this video, I am going to show you two ways to test asynchronous code using XCode…

  • Don't Treat Developers as Interchangeable Widgets

    Don’t Treat Developers as Interchangeable Widgets

    Management likes to reduce risks by treating developers as interchangeable widgets. The silly approach which has been introduced as a revolutionary, agile “achievement” expects that all developers are familiar with all areas…

  • Eat Your Own Dog Food

    Eat Your Own Dog Food

    Building software frameworks is a great thing; frameworks encapsulate and hide the complexity required to solve problems while exposing only the bare minimum functionality in an easy to use manner. So far…