I've mostly been an "entrepreneur" developer, which usually means I have a lot of choices, but also means sometimes I have to change just to help grow the thing I'm building.
I became a Swift developer by almost pure necessity because it was a good choice for the job and I just had to learn it. Being forced into evolving has been an enriching experience so far.
Thanks for a great post Alyve.
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