My Execute iOS journey continues with a brief update. I spent time on Thursday and Friday diving into Xcode. I'd used it before to run some demo apps and for mobile usability testing, but this was my first knee-deep shuffle through the process of starting a project.
Today marks another step in my journey towards iOS fluency. As explained in the previous post, I'm learning iOS by designing and building my very own app while following along with the good fellows at Execute iOS.
The past three-and-a-half years have been a whirlwind of trial-and-error learning experiences. Singapore is ever-changing; it’s a proverbial amoeba of skyscraper highs and bargain-basement lows. In order to survive in such a fast-paced, career-centric society, one quickly learns to adapt, to re-learn how to learn.