When Apple announced Swift, I heard a few people say “Hurray! Now I can be an iOS developer without learning Objective-C!” I have three messages for these people:
Like most people over 40, I have lots of opinions about how people should live their lives. Recognizing that no one wants this unsolicited advice, I work hard to keep these opinions to myself. However, today Tasha (who curates our blog) asked me to write some advice to the young people who are graduating this spring. Thus, I’m about to blurt out some advice that I sincerely hope will be useful to you; I apologize in advance for being a preachy loud-mouth.
Voices that Matter is going to let me do the keynote on the first morning of their iOS conference this spring. The conference is April 9 and 10 in Seattle. You should come – it is a well-run and informative gathering. (Early-bird pricing ends on Feb 25, so sign up now.)