In 2014, Apple began the long process of replacing Objective-C, the platform's primary language for fifteen years. Swift's feature set takes cues from many modern languages, but high-quality interoperation with Objective-C was a primary concern: m... Read more
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Andy Matuschak leads mobile engineering at Khan Academy, where he's creating an educational content platform that's interactive, personalized, and discovery-based. Prior to that role, Andy helped build iOS 4.1-8 on the UIKit team at Apple, focusing on multitouch, rendering, and platform architecture. More broadly, he's interested in software architecture, computer graphics, epistemology, and interactive design. Andy and his boundless idealism live in San Francisco, primarily powered by pastries.