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Swift is not complete

without async-await [closed/wwdc21]

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Despite the weak capture requirements that may limit API developers a bit (or more), turning them more into protocols than into functional programming that is, and despite the fact that because of that I put it first in an (actually, not-so-ordered) list of programming languages that make me angry, I still love Swift a lot: given the productivity it offers, all the…

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Sorin Dolha

Sorin Dolha

Software developer at DlhSoft • married • father of two • MacBook enthusiast • writing from Cluj

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