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Question: How has Swift changed since it was first released in 2014?

Suggested approach: This can either show how long you’ve been writing Swift, or it can show you have an interest in the language’s evolution. Talk about the addition of try/catch, guard, and defer in Swift 2, the massive Cocoa renaming from Swift 3, the introduction of Codable in Swift 4, or whatever takes your interest.

Important notes:

  • There are over 100 interview questions in the system. Once you've read the question and come up with a suitable answer, try reading my suggested approach below.
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  • These questions are not designed to be hard; a good interviewer is more interested in generating discussion that lets your ability and interests shine through. The handful that are harder are specifically marked – the majority are suitable for junior to intermediate developers.
  • If you answer a question with "yes" or "no" you've missed the point – interviewers prefer you to provide reasoning, explanation, or detail, so try to elaborate with examples!
  • If you're looking for detailed technical questions about the language, you should try my Swift test instead – it has three difficulty levels.
  • For a whole series of coding challenges, I wrote the perfect book for you: Swift Coding Challenges.
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