Today is day 42 of the 100 Days of Swift, so I figured it was time to tell you my favorite quote from Douglas Adams: “I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I intended to be.”
Everyone takes their own path to learn programming. Some like to read, some like to watch videos, some like to attend conferences, and still others like newsletters and podcasts. And that’s OK: as Adams says, as long as you end up where you intended the actual route you take often doesn’t matter.
Obviously it’s my job to make sure that the route you take is carefully graded so you don’t feel overwhelmed, but everyone is different – if you find some days easy, others hard, and some even a little overwhelming, that’s OK. I hope you can stick at it, because even if you find some things don’t “click” just yet it’s just because they take a little time to sink in.
Today you have three topics to work through, and you’ll learn about
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