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Michael Keesling4,065 Points
At what point do I start understanding how to use this?
I know what I am doing, but I don't know how I can use it to make something. I understand that I am like a monkey sitting in a space shuttle. But when will it stop looking like i'm just smacking buttons to mimic the video guy and start understanding why I'm smacking those buttons?
Ricardo Hill-Henry38,442 Points
Also, take a look at the programming language, Swift. Apple recently announced that it will be their new language for developing software. It has a more familiar syntax if you know Java or PHP. Objective-C will still be supported though.
Michael Bowen770 Points
Personally I do better learning from a book than video because I like to refer back the text and my notes.
BNR is a very good resource to have.