Hello, my name is Paul Hudson, and I run a website called hackingwithswift.com. I’ve written more books about Swift than anyone else in the world, so if you want to learn Swift in a fast and easy way you’ve come to the right person.
This series is called Swift in Sixty Seconds, because each part teaches you one distinct Swift concept in just one minute or less. So, there’s no time for me to go off on tangents, and there’s no time for those annoying “hey what’s up you guys it’s me again” intros that are so common on YouTube.
Instead, you should sit back and prepare to learn Swift in bite-size chunks.
Most Swift code is written using Apple’s development environment, Xcode. You should install Xcode from the Mac App Store, then go ahead and run it before continuing.
Are you all set? Let’s go!
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