PS: By Swift, I mean the programming language and not any type of art form.
However, I have also been trying to learn Swift for the past two years now. Solely for personal interest. If it isn’t clear from my previous posts, I am a huge Apple fan/sheep. So naturally, learning Apple’s native language they use for their apps has always been on my TO-DO. Somehow, different courses promising various results have got on me on the right path to begin with but never kept me steady on it. I either failed to continue the course when college work got in the way or simply skipped it on a lazy day.
Which is why I have decided to go ahead with Paul Hudson’s 100 Days of Swift on his website Hacking With Swift. For two reasons:
- The idea of slowly learning something for 100 continuous days seems more practical than completing a 30-hours-crash course in 2–3 days.
- It’s FREE!
But why I am writing about this? Well, I am taking it up like a challenge. In fact, Paul himself has asked everybody to share their progress on various social media sites which I think is a great way of being accountable for what you say or do. It’s about time to get back in the habit and if everything goes right, I should complete this challenge by — 3rd October 2022. Infact I have just completed my Day 1 today…
I don’t know if I will keep sharing my progress every day but I guess I can do it every week or so in a Weekly Thread. So if you guys are working on anything similar or simply want to do a 100 Days Challenge about something, leave a comment below with the Aim you have in mind and lets share our progress every week.
~ Aditya Darekar
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