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Steve Hunter57,710 Points
Continue with Obj-C or switch to Swift?
I've progressed quite a way through the Obj-C tutorials and only have a couple of stages left before I complete that track.
Is it worth carrying on with that track or should I switch to Swift straight away?
Luke Glazebrook13,564 Points
I would recommend pressing on with Objective-C before starting Swift. It is still a very valuable language to know for OS X and iOS development and seeing as you are only a few steps away from completing the whole track I don't see any reason why you should stop with it.
Have fun programming.
Jeffrey Gossain5,935 Points
From what I hear, if you want to get a job, you need to learn Objective-C because 99% of the programs are still written using that code. But if you are making your own app or company and starting from scratch, I would learn Swift. Seems a bit faster to learn and eventually more and more people will be making the move to Swift rendering Objective-C less useful in the long run (10 years +).
Alex Suarez868 Points
I had the same issue and asked Amit via twitter. He recommended to finish both tracks if you want to make a career out of making apps.