There are a few pockets of the internet complaining that Swift is not ready for production yet. I dive into these half expecting to see complaints about the changes in Swift 2.2, the rapidly changing standards, etc. Instead, those professional developers who are complaining are warning about lack of binary compatibility between old and new frameworks.

I am not deterred. I’m into Swift now.

This post is short on content. The plan is to follow Apple’s guide to grok basic syntax, followed by Ray’s guide on style to get the latest and greatest best-practices.

After that, the pickin’s get slim because I’m jonesing for Metal tutorials. Good news is that Jacob Bandes says that it makes more sense than OpenGL or CUDA. We shall see, we shall see.

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