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The Best Places to Learn Swift, Apple’s Programming Language

When Apple announced their brand new programming language Swift, the programming community rejoiced. Up until then, there was no choice but to develop Mac and iOS apps with Objective C, an archaic language from the 1980s. Swift proved to be a welcomed breath of fresh air. And then Apple went ahead and announced that Swift would soon be open source, bringing in a new wave of support from developers all over the planet.
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