Michael Ilseman is a developer on Apple’s Swift team – and he recently joined John Sundell on the latest episode of his “Swift by Sundell” podcast. Ilseman’s appearance on the show comes following Ted Kremenek’s appearance earlier this year.
Kremenek is the project lead for Swift, while Illseman is a developer on the Swift team at Apple. On Swift by Sundell, Illseman talks about Swift’s String API, performance tips, and much more:
Michael Ilseman, developer on the Swift team at Apple, joins John to go on a deep dive into the String type, its implementation, and its related APIs. Topics range from the way Swift’s String API is designed, to its underlying complexities, and practical performance tips.
John Sundell, who interviews the Swift programmer, also co-hosts Stacktrace – which recently joined 9to5Mac – with Gui Rambo. Check out 9to5Mac’s full roster of podcasts including 9to5Mac Happy Hour and 9to5Mac Daily if you’re looking for more Apple and tech news.
You can find the Swift by Sundell podcast on Apple Podcasts right here. Find our coverage of other Apple employee appearances on podcasts below.
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