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Haikuing with Swift

Summing up Swift in seventeen syllables or fewer.

Paul Hudson       @twostraws

Haiku is a form of traditional Japanese poetry, made up of three phrases of 5, 7, and 5 on – roughly syllables in English – that draws some inspiration from nature.

Well, it turns out code isn’t the only kind of poetry we write: I challenged folks on Twitter to write a haiku about their experience with Swift, and was overwhelmed with responses. Here are some highlights, ordered by author:

And lastly, one from me:
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