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Along with today’s OS X Yosemite launch, Apple has published a new mini-site on Apple.com highlighting some of the uses for its new Swift programming language. The page shows off a few apps built using Swift and highlights the decision by some colleges to start adding the language to their curriculums.

The bottom of the page includes information on how to get started with Swift, including links to download the free guide on iBooks and Xcode development software, as well as a link to the Swift developer site, which includes even more resources for developers getting started with the language.

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