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C4Q’s Access Code program teaches computer programming, professional skills, and industry readiness to talented adults from low-income and diverse backgrounds. Our rigorous and intensive 10-month program prepares individuals for software engineering jobs at leading companies such as Kickstarter, Capital One, and IBM. Graduates have gone from making $18,000 to over $85,000 a year on average. In addition to coding skills, the program is designed to provide comprehensive career development training and exposure to the tech industry.
Apple Certified iOS Technician (ACiT) 2016 is a 3-day course that enables students to become certified to troubleshoot and repair iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV at an Apple Authorized service facility. Interactive discussions and hands-on exercises guide students through the setup, navigation, features, and associated services of iOS devices. Students also learn how to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair iOS devices. Students knowledge and skills are tested and reinforced by working through real-world scenarios and hands-on labs.
This course will enable you to build your very own iPhone, iPad, or Watch apps using Swift and Xcode. Each week youll build a new app that covers different iOS / Swift concepts to become a proficient iOS app developer. At the completion of the course youll have a portfolio of real, working apps. During this 10-week course we'll cover iOS, Swift, XCode, and WatchKit.
In this training, youll learn the fundamentals of building apps for iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPad. Youll use Apples Xcode to begin laying out designs and programming functionality with Swift (Apples latest programming language). You will learn about Object Oriented Programming (OOP) and how to submit a working app to the App Store. Prior experience with some type of coding (not iOS specifically, just any type of coding) will help greatly, as this course will delve into iOS programming.
Participants in this hands-on course will develop apps to interact with many of the hardware systems available on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch hardware devices. Students will learn how to use the camera and microphone for still images, videos and audio. The course includes coverage of the Core Location and Map Kit for GPS systems and the motion systems for the internal gyroscope system. Students will learn how to save and read files for local systems and how to use the Core Data system to create local SQLite databases.
Participants in this hands-on course will learn about and gain practice developing iOS applications for iPhone and iPad devices. Attendees will learn all the basics needed for iOS development, from installation of the Xcode editor to the Apple approval process. The Objective-C language is presented and used in hands on exercises to learn how it interacts with the hardware systems. In hands on exercises, students will use built-in data views as well as create custom screens for data entry and presentation.