Free Live Tech Talk (Swift, Functional Programming, and the Future of Objective-C) Next Week!

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Free live tech talk (Swift, Functional Programming, and the Future of Objective-C) next week!

This is a heads-up that we are having a free live tech talk on “Swift, Functional Programming, and the Future of Objective-C” next Tuesday, November 11, and you’re all invited! Here are the details:

  • When: Tuesday, Nov 11 at 2:00 PM EST – 3:00 PM EST
  • What: Swift, Functional Programming, and the Future of Objective-C (come w/ questions!)
  • Who: Alexis Gallagher (Tech Editor)
  • Where: Google Hangouts Event Page
  • Why: For learning and fun!
  • How: Visit the event page and a video URL should be posted. Follow the instructions there to submit your Q&A (via text) as the talk runs.

We hope to see some of you at the tech talk, and we hope you enjoy!

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