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More Advanced Swift Workshop, and Blog and Book Updates
by Mike Ash  

I'm hoping to resume a regular posting schedule soon, and I wanted to give everybody some updates.

First, I'm holding two more Advanced Swift Workshops next month, one in DC on July 13th and one in New York City on July 24th. Click here for the one in DC, and here for the one in New York City. As with the previous ones, we'll be covering various advanced topics on Swift programming, with yours truly presenting and a small group with lots of opportunity for discussion and experimentation.

Second, The Complete Friday Q&A Volume II is nearly ready. Not quite there yet, but the text and layout are done and it's down to some final tweaking and doing the work of actually getting it out there. Stay tuned.

Last, I hope to resume regular posts in the next couple of weeks. There were some interesting things from WWDC that I want to write about, plus my usual routine of crazy topics. In particular, I did a thorough analysis of the latest implementation of objc_msgSend for ARM64 for a talk that I'd like to write up, and I want to write something about Swift's new Codable stuff. As always, I'm driven by reader suggestions, so if you have something from WWDC you'd like to see, or something unrelated you think would be cool, send it in!

Did you enjoy this article? I'm selling whole books full of them! Volumes II and III are now out! They're available as ePub, PDF, print, and on iBooks and Kindle. Click here for more information.

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