If you're looking for advice on building your resume, answers to common interview questions, interactive Swift coding tests, or more, you've come to the right place – we have all that and then some.
Go through 100 skill reviews for the fundamentals of the Swift language, all using your browser – all free.
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Note: You don't need to work through these things in order, but it's recommended.
The first and most important step towards building your career is clearly understanding what your skills are right now – as well as understanding the things you aren't so strong at.
Every company needs some way of assessing the skills of the developers it hires. Sometimes that's a take-home test, sometimes it's a whiteboard test, sometimes they want to chat about your algorithmic knowledge – it's hard to tell which you'll face, so you should focus your energy carefully.
Once you've made it to an interview, it's your time to shine as you show them what you're capable of. Hopefully you're fully up to speed with the latest that Swift and iOS has to offer, but if not I can help here too.
Regardless of where you are in your career, it's always a good idea to get advice from others on the topics that matter to you: are you ready to take on more challenges? How should you craft a great resume? How can you get started speaking at conferences or meetups?
Almost everything above is completely free, so hopefully you can find something helpful regardless of your level and take the next step towards where you want to be. However, I also have a range of Swift books that can help you learn faster, particularly you have specific goals in mind:
If you've made it this far you've already shown a great desire to succeed, and that's awesome. Swift and iOS are exciting technologies to work with, and I hope you're able to find the perfect job – and the perfect company – to help you grow.
If you have questions for me about anything above, or if there are things you'd like me to add, I'd love to hear from you: you can follow me on Twitter @twostraws.
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