Quote from Lisa Jackson
“At Apple, we believe education is one of the most powerful tools we have to make the world a better place,” said Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives. “We’re thrilled that students of all ages in Singapore will now be able to tap into the language of coding, gaining the skills they need to grow and succeed in the app economy and beyond.”
Apple just announced SwiftUI which is like a version of React for Swift! https://t.co/6fPvZKX4k1
The React paradigm has proven to be a notable contribution to the industry with Apple and Google building 1st class support for it into their platform UI. 🎉
— Jordan ⚛️ (@jordwalke) June 3, 2019
Whether you are an experienced coder or a novice interested in getting started, Apple has enabled Houston Community College (HCC) to become the latest of six colleges to offer this programing in classrooms for adults.Apple has undergirded the HCC iOS Coding and Design School (iCDS) that trains students to develop iOS Apple apps and coding in the iOS Apple platform. With this industry growing rapidly, HCC is training students to become the skilled-workers of tomorrow to meet the demands of this fast-growing industry.
— Swift Weekly (@swift_weekly) May 9, 2019
HCC is proud to be one of six colleges in country to collaborate with Apple and offer the iCDS curriculum. With this type of coding widely used across the world, it gives any HCC graduate an edge in the job market.