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Apple has a lot of open source efforts, but none as big or important as Swift. In announcing Swift as an open source project at WWDC earlier this year, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Software Craig Federighi said it would be the language we use for the next 20 years. I recently spoke with Federighi to discuss some of the finer points of Apple’s latest open source effort, and where Swift (along with the developer community) is headed. The Next Web: Why did you open source Swift? Craig Federighi: We think Swift is the next major programming language; the one people are…

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