Swift Weekly - Issue #74

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In this week's issue we time travel in unit tests and use protocols as UI mixins. Additionally Tuomas
 
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Articles
What in the World is an “Escaping Closure” in Swift?
Time traveling in Swift unit tests – John Sundell – Medium
Swift Protocols with Default Implementations as UI Mixins
Using SwiftLint and Danger for Swift Best Practices
Swift range containment operator – Szy – Medium
Test Doubles In Swift - Marco Santarossa
Jobs
iOS Developer @ Rheinische Post
Talks
Swift with a hundred engineers | Skilled.io, the Swift Community.
Everything a Swift Dev Ever Wanted to Know About Machine Learning
Writing Your UI Swiftly
Resources
Swift.org - Swift Source Compatibility Test Suite Now Available
Libraries & Code
GitHub - Geek-1001/Clue
GitHub - Meniny/Fire-in-Swift
[Constraint solver] Rework how we select the next disjunction to visit. · apple/swift@3c5b393 · GitHub
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