You have 100 days of learning ahead of you, and along the way you’re going to learn a heck of a lot about Swift, SwiftUI, and iOS app development.
Chances are you have a lot of questions, and that’s perfectly normal – questions are how we learn and grow. Voltaire once said, “judge someone by their questions, not by their answers,” and I hope that no matter how much you learn and how experienced you get, you never get tired of asking questions.
Today I have one article you should follow that I hope will answer many of your questions. It’s available as both text and as a video, so you can use whichever you prefer.
The content of both the article and video are identical: both are packed with tips on how to learn effectively, what to learn, what common mistakes learners encounter, and much more, and regardless of which you choose they form the single best way to prepare yourself for this course.
Here’s the article link: How to become an iOS developer.
And here’s the video:
Again, it’s available as both an article and a video, and the content is identical so you really can use whichever works best for you.
While you’re reading the article or watching the video, now would be a great time to download Xcode from the Mac App Store by clicking here.
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