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Swift From Two to Three

Swift From Two to Three


Swift from two to three

A migration guide

Copyright 2016 by Erica Sadun

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About the Author

Erica Sadun writes lots of books. When not writing, she's a full time parent of geeks who are brushing up on their world domination skills. According to her academic dosimeter, she's acquired more education than any self-respecting person might consider wise. She enjoys deep diving into technology and has written, co-written, and contributed to dozens of books about computing and digital media. Sadun has blogged at TUAW, Ars Technica, O'Reilly, and Lifehacker. If you have any comments or questions about this ebook, please drop an email at erica@ericasadun.com. Follow the author on Twitter (@ericasadun) to keep up with news and ebook announcements.

About this Book

My thanks to everyone who helped provide technical information and feedback during the development of this book. Special shout-outs go to Gwynne Raskind, Jacob Bandes- Storch, Paul Cantrell, Greg Titus, and the entire Apple Swift team whose patience and responsiveness have been amazing.

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