Looking ahead to the rollout of Swift 4 on Jun 5th at WWDC I have been scanning the Swift Evolution Github page to get a feeling of which of the proposals will make the cut for Swift 4 and which proposals will push ahead to later version of Swift 4.*.
Throughout my career as a technical lead I have been put in charge of many different projects. Everything from mobile, to web, to server side development, and certainly a combination of all the above at the same time. Over the years, as I have grown as a technical leader and engineer, so have the size of the projects that I lead.
This year my employer, LexTech Global Services, offered to sponsor my trip to WWDC 2017 if I was lucky enough to win a ticket in the lottery - and I did! I am very lucky to have received such a generous gesture on behalf of LexTech and it is very exciting from a technology perspective to be attending my first ever WWDC live and in person for many different reasons.
Recently, I was working on some Python code where I needed to keep track of an ordered list of functions to where I could call these functions again at any given time based upon a numeric index. Think of this situation like a list keeping track of an object by index, but instead, I wanted to keep track of a functions by index. My first thought was to try and create some sort of generic object that could manage all of these functions and the specific ordering that I needed.