Ohio State University makes Swift Coding course public
What you need to know
- Ohio State University is making its Swift coding course available to the public.
Ohio State University has today announced that it's making its Swift Coding and App development certificate program available to the public.
From Ohio State News:
OSU says that in the year since it launched more than 3,000 students, faculty, staff, and alumni have enrolled in the program, completing its self-paced modules at a speed that suits them. OSU says the new course "expands the opportunity to anyone interested in learning how to code and build apps that are ready for the App Store." The course is supported by Columbus-based venture studio Horizon Two Labs, helping to launch and develop tech startups and supporting the enrollment of its own employees on the course.
About the course, OSU states:
The course is built around Apple's own coding curriculum and Xcode.
Director of learning programs and Digital Flagship Cory Tressler said:
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