A new weekly video series from the creators of objc.io that talks through solutions to problems found while building Swift projects. Each Swift Talk episode is packed with live-coding and discussions about the pros and cons of their decisions. Half the videos will be available to everyone for free, with the other half accessible only to subscribers. Each video includes a full transcript with lots of code snippets and timecode links to jump straight to the part of the video you need.
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