”Google has given its mystery operating system Fuchsia an update to support Apple’s Swift programming language,” Liam Tung reports for ZDNet. “Swift has quickly become one of hottest languages among developers. 481 more words
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”Dozens of high-ranking Apple staffers have departed the company for rivals this year, the latest of which is Tanya Ridd, head of Apple’s corporate PR in Europe, who last week ditched the iPhone maker for Snap,” Nicole Kobie writes for Wired. 176 more words
”Chris Lattner has built a solid reputation after working for 11 years at Apple on low-level software technologies. In particular, he developed Apple’s most recent programming language, Swift,” Romain Dillet reports for TechCrunch. 323 more words
”Apple unveiled product updates on Tuesday, including an updated iPad, new accessories and a red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus,” Anita Balakrishnan writes for CNBC. “But the overlooked expansion of Swift Playgrounds could speak just as much to Apple’s ruthless forward-looking attitude.” 554 more words
”Apple’s new Swift programming language is being adopted even faster than anyone predicted,” Buster Hein reports for Cult of Mac.
“In the latest TIOBE Index which ranks the popularity of programming languages, Apple shot up from the 14th spot last year and has already cracked the top 10,” Hein reports. 412 more words
”Apple senior manager Ted Kremenek has been named as the new lead of the Swift development project, and has apparently been operating in that capacity for some time behind the scenes, according to outgoing head Chris Lattner,” Mike Wuerthele reports for AppleInsider. 270 more words