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(Last Updated On: September 27, 2016)

IBM says Apple Swift ready for enterprise

Back in the day, I always thought IBM was the bomb with their early Java enterprise DeveloperWorks site

Now they are on the ropes betting the farm on Swift from Apple. From my POV, I was going to start looking at C++ with wxWidgets and even Matlab 2016 to tie everything together with front end development. I forgot about this thing.

Mobile is the future. Apple is secure as compared to Android. I get great service out of them where I just drive to my Apple store to start yelling at people for Apple issues which is very very rare. It is good to have that when you have a mission critical business like a trading operation. As result, I am going to focus all my energy on this languages versus the options I mentioned. It does makes me feel comfortable to always be chained to a desktop to trade. I want to be free with no laptop.

Here is some videos I did in the last year on Swift for trading apps. It seems things have evolved since then.

P.S. Nor do I care about any snide remarks from people, all these are for my use only. I repeat my use only.

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