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Paul Hudson: Janina, thank you so much for taking the time to hang out, answer questions, be grilled, and provide the actual code examples you've given us today. There's lots and lots of tips. If folks have more questions in the future, where can they find you on the internet?
Janina Kutyn: And they can find me on Twitter. I'm @JaninaKutyn. I always answer all messages I get. No, I often answer most messages that I get.
Paul Hudson: Okay. There you were almost with folks asking your thousands of UIKit questions. You were so close!
And folks, if you enjoy this podcast, subscribe to the channel, leave a like, leave a comment, it's also on Apple podcasts. Now you can subscribe there and listen to your own leisure, even in the backroom if you want to. Thanks to everyone who took the time to come along and ask questions. We had some great questions today. I'll see you next time. Once again, Janina, thank you very much. Take care folks. Bye!
Janina Kutyn: Thank you so much.
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