This is the final consolidation day for now, and is the last step before we start building real apps tomorrow. This time we’ll be reviewing access control, typecasting, closures, and more.
Today you have just five topics to review. Once you’ve completed them you can, if you want, go back over the tests from earlier days to improve on your scores.
Optional: once you’ve finished reviewing those, you can go back to the review page and go over the tests related to the topics above.
At this point, you now know enough about Swift that you should be looking to expand your learning material a little. Coming at the same topic from multiple angles will help round out your understanding, while also helping keep you up to date with future changes.
While there are lots of places you can try, I’d like to recommend the podcast I make with Sean Allen. It’s called Swift over Coffee, and we think it’s pretty awesome: it’s always 30 minutes or less, we always cover news and views from the community, and we always try to explain everything in a way that newcomers can follow. You can listen here
I’ve made a word search to help you test your knowledge of the most useful terms for Swift developers. You can download it as a PDF here, then use the clues below to figure out what words to look for. If you get stuck, try looking through my Swift glossary.
There are 50 in total, and words can go in all directions – good luck!
Need help? Tweet me @twostraws!
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