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What to do after finishing iOS Development Track?

Has anyone finished the new iOS Development Track with Swift 3.0 and iOS 10? If so, do you feel like you know enough now to build things on your own/ learn as you go?

1 Answer

Saad Khan
Saad Khan
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Though every one learns differently, I sternly believe that if you do not have a project at hand, as in you dont have something on your plate that you can work on using what you learned in the course... even if you did learned new things int he course you would eventually forget it.

To really learn and cement the concepts, you need to practice them and to practice them you need to work practically on projects. The projects can be serious ones, or just something you set your self, for e.g an accounting app or an app like uber etc.