1. Episode #109
  2. Nov 23, 2021
  3. 50m
  4. 54m

Objective-C Today with Graham Lee

Objective-C Today with Graham Lee

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.
  1. 50m podcast at transistor.fm
  2. 54m video at youtube.com


Youtube Video - https://youtu.be/H8O0rj1It1w

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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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