Would you love to be able to program your own iPhone, iPad or AppleWatch app? You already have experience in iOS (equivalent to that gained in iPhone and iPad Apps Creation for Beginners Level 1) and feel inspired to learn more about developing for Apple devices?
This course will utilise your current programming knowledge, and give you a further insight into developing your own apps. Using Apple's Xcode software, you will be taken step by step through what you need to know in order to create fully functioning apps that look great.
For those who have completed the iPhone and iPad Apps Creation for Beginners Level 1 short course or people who work as a programmer in an object-oriented programming language.
10% discount for participants who have completed level 1.
Further Questions? email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Completion of this course will not guarantee entry into an RMIT Program.
By the end of the course(s), you will have covered a core set of knowledge enabling you to develop your own iOS applications. During the final stages of this course you will be given the opportunity to work on your own product with help from the course instructor.
iPhone and iPad Apps Creation for Beginners Level 1 short course or equivalent relevant experience. RMIT
reserves the right to transfer students to the aforementioned course if they do not have equivalent skills.
All course materials included.
Participants will be awarded an RMIT Statement of Participation.
Course Presenter - Audrey Tam
From humble beginnings - a PhD in Maths at Berkeley! Audrey Tam went on to work at IBM's development lab in Silicon Valley. Following her heart to Melbourse, she worked 25 years as a computer science lecturer at VUT and (from 2002) RMIT University.
In that time, Audrey taught many languages; Pascal, C/C++, Java, Java web services, web app development in php and mysql, user interface design and iOS programming. After retiring in 2012, she is loving her greatest challenge yet - teaching iPhone/iPad programming to an audience of beginners.
Audrey also contributes to raywenderlich.com, writing tutorials and book chapters on advanced topics, as well as recording video courses on concurrency and networking. Audrey has been a presenter at RWDevCon in 2016 and 2017, and will present a workshop on CoreML and Vision in 2018.