I’m enjoying the Stanford University class CS193P: Developing iOS 8 Applications with Swift. It’s free on iTunes U and the instructor Paul Hegarty knows his stuff. He’s a great explainer. I like how first he writes some code in a naive way and then fools around with it, getting it to work and then reworking… Continue reading Nothing Changes More Swiftly than Apple’s Swift Syntax
A diagram of a nested linked-list and how it is structured in Lisp with Con Cells, Symbols, Pointers, and our old friends CAR and CDR. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.