Swift: Apple's new coding language lives up to its name

The tech giant joins the ranks of Google and Microsoft with its own language, and its speed, interactivity and ease of use should benefit both Apple and developers.

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After Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, 1000 Apple engineers and 5000 developers returned to their parts of the world armed with Apple’s own programming language.

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