Welcome to Code Completion, Episode 66! 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:
- Overcoming a lack of assumed knowledge in app development.
- Mini Review Corner:
- Commented Out:
- Dimitri Plagiarized when he was little.
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This week's Compiler Error has a theme: Tutorial Masterminds!
1 - Swift by Sundell was started in 2015 with the launch of Swift 2.0, and debuted with an article all about optionals.
2 - Paul Hudson’s twostraws screenname comes from the fact that as a kid, he found it a pleasure to treat himself to two straws with his milkshake.
3 - Sean Allen started his teaching career vlogging on YouTube since around 2017, but was actually in his audience’s shoes 2 years prior to that, with no programming experience.
4 - Paul Hudson wrote his first books as early as 2005, and has developed over 100 apps!