Nothing about my job description requires I code anything! The open secret is that I get credit for the code written by my husband and partner Gregory Clarke, so I don’ have to write code.
Now I have a 50,000′ overview of coding and the technology, enough to be an effective product manager, but I can’t code, or truly understand what Greg has written.
This makes me/us very vulnerable.
Technically I don’t need to write Swift, but I’ve come to the conclusion that I’ll be a more effective manager if I can at least read Swift and gain a glimmer of understanding.
So, starting Sunday, I’m doing the 100 days of Swift course.
Of course, it still won’t help with all the XML knowledge Greg has, nor with the various quirks of FCP Classic, FCP X, and Premiere Pro’s handling of XML or media, but it’s a start!
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First I’ve heard of Swifte but from this I get the same excitement I had for Hypertalk way back when. The ability to learn something new keeps your IQ agile.
Best, as always,
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