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This is a four-part workshop, starting on Tuesday 3/1, 3/8, 3/22, 3/29. Your attendance is expected at all classes in order to participate. The class time will be from 6:30-9:30pm each evening.
This March, we will be teaching a four-session iOS development class with Girl Develop It. The class will cover the fundamentals of iOS development - as much as we can cover in four sessions - by guiding you through creating an iOS project of your choice. You can come to class with an idea, or join and work with other attendees on a shared project.
This class is appropriate if you are....
• Interested in making iPhone apps
• (and/or) Interested in learning the fundamentals of iOS software development
• (and/or) A technologist who works with iOS engineers and wants to better collaborate
• (and/or) An engineer who has started learning iOS but wants a structured environment to advance your learning.
This class will cover...
• iOS development & Xcode introduction
• Swift language basics
• iOS interface development and UIKit
• Persistence using Core Data
Other take aways..
• Using/integrating external code & libraries
In order for you to get a lot out of this class, we'd like you to be familiar with basic programming concepts like objects, variables, collections, functions, and boolean logic.
A Macintosh running OS X El Capitan (10.11) and Xcode 7.2. How to find your installed version of OS X.
Recommended Knowledge or Areas to Research
• Git/Github (we'll use this to collaborate on our code)
• Object Oriented Programming (https://www.weheartswift.com/object-oriented-programming-swift/) reviewed in Swift
About the Instructors:
New York-based iOS engineers excited to share our knowledge and network with ‘Girl Develop It’ members.
Julie Yaunches (https://twitter.com/julieyaunches) is an iOS engineer at Blue Apron.
Tamar Nachmany is an iOS engineer in Brooklyn, NY. She works at Tumblr.