You’ve made it to the end of Swift in Sixty Seconds – I hope you’re proud of all the work you’ve put in! Don’t worry if you found some things hard: topics such as closures and optionals are hard, so if they took some time to learn that’s just a sign your brain is working properly.
Now, the question is: where can you go next? Well, I publish a range of books that I hope will help you answer that question:
Congratulations on finishing Swift in Sixty Seconds – I hope you learned a lot, and that you’re able to have a lot of fun with your new coding skills!
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