Yep, I am working on learning Swift as well.
Kenneth Trueman

Man, your emoji game is on point. Better than anyone I’ve ever met in my life.

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β€œ I am also a few chapters into the official Swift guide. (And I just subscribed to your videos on YouTube; I liked you on Facebook a few days ago.) If it seems scattered in terms of an approach to learning, it is. But that’s how I learn I guess.Β :)”

First of all thank, you for your care, and I love how you are working really hard to improve your programming game as welll. I agree with your scattered way when it comes to learning. You might have seen in one of my articles, β€œHow I submitted an app in 2 months”, I used similar resources as you’ve been using, and I’m still learning from multiple sources.

(You are young enough to have to look all of three of those up on Wikipedia. 😝)

Oh man, you got it right. Truth to be told, I had no idea β€œHoneywell” and β€œCommodore” I guess things have changed rapidly…

My goal is to develop a real mobile app πŸ“± and you are helping me get there. πŸ™

We will get there. Once I finish covering A-Z in Swift, it’s time to move on to Xcode. Good stuff will happen within a couple of weeks. I can’t wait it either.Β :) Thank you again for showing your appreciation. Love it.

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