I have been hard at work at developing my iOS and Swift development skills, and it’s now reaching the point where I’m getting into the weeds. Concepts are quickly becoming more complex, and lines of code are increasing. It’s quite a bit of fun, but also quite a bit of work. I am still enjoying it quite a bit, and I continue to find parallels to Swift development and much of the more advanced scripting I have been involved with in the past. So much so that I don’t think I had fully realized how much I had taught myself over the years.
I am eventually going to have to focus more on what I can funnel this into, as in, I need an app to make. I may start off by just developing some random apps, just to get myself in the mode of creating things to a goal in code. Once I have completed a few of those, I will be able to consider most of the mountain scaled. I just need to put in the time and effort. Hopefully it will be worth it in the end.
I continue to be amazed by Jacob Collier. It’s funny, I’ve been aware of his existence for years now, but I recently rediscovered his music, and it seems to be on a different level now. It seems that I find something in his recordings that I didn’t hear before, every time I listen to him, which sounds so cliche, but hey, it’s true.
For example, this live performance with Metropole Orkest is dumbfounding: