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Newsletter of AppForce1 - Issue #3

Newsletter of AppForce1 - Issue #3
By AppForce1 · Jeroen Leenarts • Issue #3 • View online
And that wraps up an interesting week again. Not as crazy as last week. But I do have a number of interesting things done, and a bunch of cool stuff happening as we go.
A highlight this week was the Twitter Space: How to learn new things? Both Stefan and I had a lot of fun talking about the topic of learning styles and the importance of picking a combination of styles that suits you. I did not get to convert it into a podcast episode with links just yet, I still need to get my hands on the recording itself. But as soon as possible, I promise.
Make sure you sign up for the next twitter space: Leadership as a Developer, no matter your current lvl. It is a topic I spent considerable time thinking about when writing my book on Being a Lead Developer, so this will be a jam-packed Twitter Space with loads of useful info.
Of all the links I mentioned in my latest episode the one one Xcode through the Years was a lot of fun. macOS has changed a lot over the years, but a lot has also stayed the same.
Have a great weekend and see you next week.
Jeroen

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Recorded: iOS Coffee Chat: How to learn new things?
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