re: What are you not interested in learning? VIEW POST


Frameworks. ;-)

Also, I probably won't ever learn one of those Mac-centric languages. Objective-C confuses me with its brackets and stars and NS-something names and I fail to see a use case for Swift that does not have half-eaten fruit on it.


Objective-C, as I explained on FB the other night, is mostly for legacy code. Even at Apple, unless you're directly working with macOS, you're probably unlikely to ever use it there since they're clearly transitioning to Swift now.

I personally know Objective-C better since when I started iOS development, all the tutorials were in that language since Swift was way too young at the time. And I'm glad I did.

While you could use Xamarin these days, the downside is it's still a young Microsoft tool.

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