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Can you Learn Core Data from Pictures?

Looking for Core Data beta readers

Hello CWC Coding Crew! (CWCCC)

I’m Chris’s BEST friend and he said I could share a beta copy of my “Core Data Mastery in SwiftUI” book here. :smiley:

Haha, Chris and I have known each other for a long time and I don’t have a community of my own anymore. And I wanted to do a small-scale release and get some feedback while creating this book.

So I asked Chris if I could share this with his community and he said yes!

Who am I?

I’m Mark Moeykens and I started a book publishing business a few years ago.

I think most tech books are boring!

So I created visual picturebooks with code samples. Most topics are taught on just a single page.

It’s a different way to learn.

And this Core Data book is no different. Lots of pictures and code examples, little words.

Core Data Quick Start

This is a shorter version of the mastery book. I want to make sure the concepts at the beginning make sense to others.

No prior knowledge of Core Data is needed!

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So, are you in?

Awesome!

Get the beta book here.

Note: This is a PRIVATE link. Please do not share it outside this group. Thank you. :blush:

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When I initially saw the post I thought to myself, “Why is Mark asking that question, he would be a gun coder with Core Data!”. Then I read the post. Now this could be interesting.

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Ha. I thought the same

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Thanks Mark! I absolutely love your books.

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No problem! :blush:

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Yeah man, any feedback is appreciated.

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This is perfect timing for me. I’ve completed the CoreData section of the iOS Databases course, but I don’t think much of it has sunk in. I get the concepts, and I’ve followed Chris’s tutorial, but my brain is struggling to fit the two together.

I’ve had a few days away to clear my head and get some non-iOS tasks completed, but I’ll be back within the next day or two so your book is going to get some of my attention.

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Sorry, just got sidetracked with your SwiftUI Views Specialist Course.

Although I’ve gone through several CWC+ courses, I’m worried that not too much has sunk in. I decided to take a look at your courses, as both a refresher and hoping for a different way to look at things to help get my brain in gear.

So far I’m loving your presentation style. I think this is really going to help me out.

Hi @mark.moeykens

I just recently completed the Swift UI Views Specialist course, which is really really good. I especially liked your humor in the presentations, well done. I then read the entire SwiftUI Views Quick Start book during my short vacation and the presentation is awesome.
So when I saw that I could have a glimpse into the Core Data Quick Start book, I immediately downloaded it and just finished the updated version (23-May). Furthermore, I just provided my feedback on the book, and I hope that this is valuable for you.

The combination of Chris’ and your courses/books is incredible helpful for me. I will certainly buy another book from you after I completed the related tutorial from (CodeWith)Chris.

Once again, the style/presentation in your books is brilliant. Maybe, just as a general idea, it might be helpful for beginners to give a challenge to the reader at the end of a chapter, i.e. show a one/two/three screen app and ask the reader to create this view/functionality. In that way, the reader could test himself/herself if the topic presented is really understood.