Welcome to Code Completion, Episode 29! We are a group of iOS developers and educators hoping to share what we love most about development, Apple technology, and completing your code!
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Today, we discuss:
• Code Completion Club: https://codecompletion.io/jointheclub
• Indie App Spotlight
• Basecamp's mistake
• The Epic vs Apple Trial
Also, join us for #CompleteTheCode and Compiler Error, two segments that test both your knowledge and our knowledge on Swift, Apple, and all things development!
Also check out our #IndieAppSpotlight! We have three apps for you to check out this week:
• Longplay by Adrian Schönig: https://adrian.schoenig.me/longplay/
• Money Flow by Daniel Romero: https://www.moneyflow.app
• Proxyman by Nghia Tran: https://proxyman.io
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Complete the Code
1 - Chef is a language designed to make a program look like a cooking recipe, with a stated goal that “Program recipes should not only generate valid output, but be easy to prepare and delicious”.
2 - LOLCODE brings coders back to the early days of memes with keywords such as HAI, CAN HAS STDIO, and KTHXBYE, all phrases that may have come up as a caption for a lolcat image.
3 - INTERCAL, short for "Compiler Language With No Pronounceable Acronym”, is an older parody language that satirizes aspects of the various programming languages of the time.
4 - Inspired by a similarly sounding language, Brainfudge is a language that makes use of only 8 characters: !@#$%&; but otherwise uses the same syntax as its inspiration, BrainFck..