Empower Apps

In this episode, Leo invites Graham Lee, Senior Research Software Engineer at the University of Oxford, who's been writing Objective-C for over 20 years and brings his experience to talk about what Swift developers should know about Objective-C and how the language works.

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Show Notes

  • Why you should know something about Objective-C
  • Why is Objective-C so different from Swift?
  • Is there a purpose for Objective-C outside of Swift?
  • Should you still write Objective-C?
  • What steps to migrate Objective-C over to Swift?
  • How to make sure your Swift is consumable by Objective-C?
  • How to work with C++ through Objective-C?
  • What are the differences between Dynamic and Static Typed languages?
  • What are the benefits of Dynamic vs Static Typed languages?
  • What does a PhD in Software Engineering do at Oxford?

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What is Empower Apps?

An exploration of Apple business news and technology. We talk about how businesses can use new technology to empower their business and employees, from Leo Dion, founder of BrightDigit.