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We still have the snapshots of Swift as a new born. It was so cute and so tiny. We found ourselves making such a fuss over nothing. Apple protected and carefully steered their latest language through its infancy. Midway through the terrible twos, somewhere between 2.1 and 2.2, Apple turned to the community and said “you think you know so much? Let’s see.” And with that, Swift was released as open source. It was as if our favorite toddler has been sent to preschool where the report cards and parent-teacher conferences are available online. As Swift makes its way to 3.0 we begin to see the language it will grow into. In this session we’ll look at the childhood of Swift and see what the changes in the language will bring.
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Daniel Steinberg has spent the last three decades working as a professional Swift developer. OK, he hasn't. But he's really enjoying the Swift Programming Language.