Open Source

My first ever contribution to open source, let alone it's to Apple's very own Swift XCTest. The fact that my name is with these individuals: 

 Incredibly exciting! :)  It was a very simple one. With the new proposed updates for Swift 3.0 coming ahead, one particular one I was aware of was that ++ operators were going away. I noticed in the code that within a for loop in one of the classes contained this very own ++ operator which would generate an error in Swift 2.2 and will eventually no longer work in Swift 3.0. Therefore, I changed it as can be seen below:

Incredibly exciting! :)

It was a very simple one. With the new proposed updates for Swift 3.0 coming ahead, one particular one I was aware of was that ++ operators were going away. I noticed in the code that within a for loop in one of the classes contained this very own ++ operator which would generate an error in Swift 2.2 and will eventually no longer work in Swift 3.0. Therefore, I changed it as can be seen below:

 As someone who uses Swift on a daily basis, it's incredibly rewarding and exciting. I continue to fall in love with Swift more and more each day and look forward to its continuous improvement in the next coming years.

As someone who uses Swift on a daily basis, it's incredibly rewarding and exciting. I continue to fall in love with Swift more and more each day and look forward to its continuous improvement in the next coming years.