The switch statement is an indubitable strength of the Swift language. Behind the switch statement is Swift’s pattern-matching, which makes for more readable, safer code. It is possible to take the switch’s pattern-matching readability and power and apply it elsewhere in your code.
Are you hiring with character in mind? Are you too focused on skill and find yourself overlooking traits that clash with your values? Knowing where you are on these fronts will go a long way in helping you build a great team.
When you inherit a team you inherit not only the people but you also get the culture and any baggage that comes along with that. It is imperative as leaders inheriting a team that we assess where we are so we can know where we need to go.
As a Product Manager, developing a deep understanding of the root problem is critical to helping you save time and money before writing code.
Color is a fundamental and important aspect of app development. It helps identify brand, evokes emotion, and can even help us determine things like whether or not a button can be interacted with. See how to use the latest SDK enhancements to make working with color in your apps a breeze.
Because a great team is composed of a diverse group of individuals who are all leading themselves well. If you want to see any behavior in your team you have to first see it in yourself. Be what you want to see.
Providing users quick access to data and controls for your app is a good user experience, it lets them see the info they care about in the places that are important to them.
Students have more options than ever, and it can be overwhelming to choose the right program. Bootcamps vary drastically in cost, time commitment, and career-growth options, and the decision can be daunting for many prospective students. Here are 4 tips to help.
This article explores the usefulness of Kotlin’s Nothing type in generics. We look at its relationship to Java. To take a concrete example, let’s look at a linked list.