Hey there, I started the Swift and iOS 8 Apps course some time ago, but didn't get very far because I was working on my Bachelor Thesis and I didn't have enough time for the course. Now I finished my thesis and I'd really like to finally learn how to build iOS apps in Swift.
With Swift 2 and iOS 9 on the horizon, and the Xcode 7 beta already out, I'm wondering whether it makes sense for me to do the Swift 1.1 course and then the 1.2 upgrade course. I'm worried that I might have to replace a lot of my newly acquired knowledge when the updates roll out. From my experience of trying to juggle Python 2.7 and 3.4 I can say that I get things mixed up rather easily, even though there aren't all that many differences between the two.
Any advice, guys & girls? Paul, do you plan on creating a Swift 2 course? If so, will it come in the form of a "refresher" (like the 1.2 course), or will you adapt the material from the first Swift course and create a new course that is targeted towards users who haven't previously programmed in Swift?