So I recently met someone with a SmartWatch... And an empty battery.
When you walk around with an expensive gadget around your wrist that does absolutely nothing I automatically assume you're a douchebag.
Oh, that was last weeks survey. Guess my response wasn't Swift enough
So no, I'm going to judge the entire Swift programming language based on the actions of one user of one product made by another manufacturer!
Sounds about right.
Seriously though, I don't know Swift, but I've heard good things about it.
I just really don't like Apple (apart from the iPod classic 160GB which they don't make anymore), so there's little chance I'll be using Swift anytime soon
Resistance to technology by the majority of developers means the minority of us willing to accept and learn new languages can earn more..
What's weird is that many developers complain of never getting to try anything new, or being stuck doing the same old thing day after day. Then when an opportunity comes up, it's "oh no, it's not C# ASP.NET MVC, it's 'not for me'"
How do you know so much about swallows? Well, you have to know these things when you're a king, you know.