Swift bootcamp teaches NYC coders Apple’s new programming language


If you’re a New York-based coder or wannabe coder looking to learn Apple’s new programming language Swift, you may want to check out an upcoming evening tech workshop organized by software development firm TurnToTech.

With the next session taking place Monday at their 5th Avenue offices, the number of spaces available has just been upped to allow more people to attend.

“The amount of developers who are coming out each week has been amazing,” says organizer Sean Moskowitz. “Everyone wants to learn Swift — whether its beginners, intermediates or experienced professionals. And we have all the tools to make that happen.”

The course sets out to cover all the bases of Swift development for iOS, and claims to be the first such bootcamp course in New York.

Apple unveiled Swift at this year’s WWDC. According to the project’s originator at Apple, the language has been in development since 2010.

If you live in NYC and you have two evenings a week to bring your iOS coding skills up to date, check out the link below. Despite numbers being raised, spaces are limited, so get in touch quickly.


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