Daniel and Manton talk about the question of Swift’s dependence on Objective-C’s dynamism, how it should or will evolve, and their differences in philosophy about Swift and Objective-C. They also take stock of release discipline and managing customer disappointment with an app’s progress. Finally, they talk about the importance and difficulty of winding down old products.
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- Fabric, Twitter’s mobile SDK: Leverage the power of Crashlytics, Twitter and MoPub to help you build the best mobile apps.
- Six Months of Swift – Soroush Khanlou’s reappraisal of Swift.
- Swift Evolution Proposals – The nearly 100 proposals that have made the cut for serious evaluation.
- Erica Sadun – One of Swift’s most adept progress followers condenses the news on her blog.
- On Dynamism – Paul Kim steps into the debate over whether Swift should better accommodate dynamic programming paradigms.
- The Omni Group – Long-time Objective-C oriented company that is embracing Swift.
- Swift and Sharp Knives – Manton link’s to David Heinemeier Hansson’s defense of Ruby’s dynamic features.
- FogBugz – The bug and feature-tracking system Daniel uses.
- Twitter Changes – News of changes to character counting and more.