I started writing articles as my personal repository of knowledge for concepts and issues I've struggled with or wanted to learn more about. Writing and diving deep into a topic is a good practical way to learn something. I'm sharing my findings and learnings with you so that you can also learn with me.
When the new Swift concurrency model was announced at WWDC 2021 we all wanted to jump on that wagon. However, rewriting your entire codebase might not be the best solution. Instead, you have the option to slowly start adapting the new model by bridging the old code with the new.
Have you ever looked back a certain period of time; a week, a month, a year, and thought you haven't done anything? I have. We all have. Sometimes I think I haven't learned anything, looking at what's left to learn. Sometimes I think I haven't done anything looking at what's left undone.