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Paul Hudson    @twostraws   

Updated for Xcode 13.3

This guide is called Swift Concurrency by Example because it focuses on providing as many examples as possible. My goal is to stay laser-focused on real-world problems and real-world solutions, and to give clear, pragmatic advice on how to use specific techniques and approaches.

A lot of the time I’ve tried to make the chapters in this book answer specific questions such as “what are…” or “how to…”, so that you can see exactly what problem is being solved and get straight there. That also means I’ve tried to get to the point as fast as possible and stay there so that you can get answers and build understanding quickly.

You can read this in a linear order if you want, or just dive in to a particular chapter that interests you – either one works.

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