April 2016 in Review

April 2016

It’s already May, so let’s see what’s been going on around here over the past month.

I have published two posts in April – here is a bird’s eye view for each of them:

1. A thousand Twitter followers – the impossible dream finally becomes true

What does it teach you: How to reach a thousand Twitter followers.
How does it teach you: By following my Twitter parade saga.
Concepts you will learn along the way: the best blogging course by John Sonmez from Simple Programmer, the best speech by Ray Wenderlich from raywenderlich.com, the best newsletter by Natasha Murashev from natashatherobot.com.

Note: Ray Wenderlich has posted another excellent speech since I wrote this article – you can read more about it here.

2. Operator overloading – Chinese version

What does it teach you: How to extend the multiplication operator’s standard functionality for numbers so that it works for strings as well.
How does it teach you: By comparing different operator overloading techniques.
Concepts you will learn along the way: generic operators, custom operators, compound operators, extensions, protocols, loops, ranges, pattern matching.

This is the Chinese version of my first tutorial published at AppCoda – a big thank you to Simon Ng and Wang Howshin for making this possible.

Thank you all for reading my blog – and stay tuned for even more tutorials and surprises this month! 🙂

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