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A couple of months ago, Apple announced a new programming language called "Swift" that is safe, modern, and powerful, according to Apple.

Is there anybody out there who is interested in porting your Java code to either OS X or to iOS using the Swift language?

If you are, then would you take a look at the beginning of my tutorial called: "Swift for Java Programmers". So far, I have the first part of it done which tells you how to gather and setup the equipment and software necessary to begin learning to develop software for Apple devices, using the new Swift Programming Language:

Getting Started With Swift

If you have any ideas for me, will you send me an email at: kaydell@yahoo.com?

Thank You.

-- Kaydell
 
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