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Ruby Courses Will Be Delayed A Few Months

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#1 Stefan


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Posted 09 June 2014 - 11:56 PM



Because Apple released Swift recently, I've decided to put Ruby aside for now for a few reasons:

  • Swift along with Apple's 'Playground' ... an extension to their Xcode 6 IDE, looks like it could be a great way to teach younger kids programming.
  • I took one look at Objective C and decided to put aside iOS app creation. But now that Swift is out and is a modern language, it makes sense to get into iOS development at last. 


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