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Being a co-producer, or producing an episode: Hello from Apple Coding #21

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applecoding opened this Issue Jan 22, 2019 · 8 comments

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applecoding commented Jan 22, 2019

Hello,

My name is Julio César Fernández, host and producer of Apple Coding podcast (https://cuonda.com/apple-coding) that is related to technology through the development, and focused on Apple technologies and Swift. I'm the author of "Aprendiendo Swift", a book to learn Swift in spanish with more than 2.500 copies sold. Also I'm a Swift trainer with more than 3 years of experience and usual guest at Applelianos podcast where Gui Rambo was invited as a guest a couple of times.

Will be a pleasure to help this project about produce or help about how to begin in Swift, why Swift above other languages and other things about learning language and bringing new developers into the language.

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garricn commented Jan 24, 2019

Glad to hear you you're interested in being involved! We're currently testing out a process for empowering the community to create episodes for the podcast. Since you have experience producing a podcast, you're feedback on the following PR's would be greatly appreciated: #18 #19 #22.

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applecoding commented Jan 24, 2019

Great. Thanks Garric. It will be great to collaborate to define the production helping with my experience. Best regards.

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garricn commented Jan 25, 2019

Great. Thanks Garric. It will be great to collaborate to define the production helping with my experience. Best regards.

We’re you able to take a look at #18 #19 and #22 ? Also, feel free to create your own Episode Proposal PR by following the guidelines set out in those PRs.

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applecoding commented Jan 26, 2019

Sure. I am working on a new Episode Proposal PR and i’ll read the topics

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lattner commented Jan 26, 2019

I would love for you to get involved @applecoding! Once we get more basic issues resolved and get established, I'd also love to hear your thoughts about how we can better reach more non-english speaking folks.

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applecoding commented Jan 26, 2019

Thanks @lattner. An honor to read you. It’s a pleasure to get involved in this project. I think Swift is the perfect language for beginners (like Pascal was in the past) and not just only for Apple apps programming. It’s the first step to learn a modern and easy to learn programming language with things like functional programming, generics, protocol-oriented and of course, general purpose. Also I have many ideas to go beyond English and spread Swift over the world. Thank you so much Chris.

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lattner commented Jan 27, 2019

Thank you for the kind words, I hope you can get involved in this project, please let us know!

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applecoding commented Jan 27, 2019

Of course. You can count with me. I’m preparing various proposals for episodes and I will be active on the threads to help the project as much as I can. Thanks

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