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Paul Hudson: Well listen, Sean, thank you so much for the time. Thank you for taking all our questions. Where can folks find you on the internet?
Sean Allen: Yeah, https://www.youtube.com/seanallen, at Twitter is @seanallen_dev. If you're interested in some iOS coursework, I have an absolute beginner course. Like this course was designed to be like, hey you've got a friend that interested in iOS development? Cool. Give them that. Like we start from the very basics. And then also, we talked about take home courses a lot, I have a project that is recreating a take home test. That is aimed at people that are, you know, they've been learning Swift for a while now, and they're trying to transition into getting that very first job. So that's what that is designed for.
Again, https://seanallen.teachable.com/. And I just, we're plugging everything. And I just started redoing my website in Publish, John Sundell’s framework, so you can check that out at https://seanallen.co, I have the basics up there but that will be evolving over time, if you want to see how that grows.
Paul Hudson: Awesome.
If you want to subscribe to the channel, please do, I appreciate it very much. There's a podcast as well on Apple Podcasts, Swiftly Speaking, go check that out. Otherwise, folks, once again, thanks to Sean, thanks for asking questions, I will see you all next time.
Take care folks! Bye!
This transcript was recorded as part of Swiftly Speaking. You can watch the full original episode on YouTube, or subscribe to the audio version on Apple Podcasts.
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