Prepare to break into the booming business of iOS coding [Deals]

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iOS is a wide open field for developers, and building apps is one of the most lucrative skills you can have. This bundle of more than 100 hours of top-level lessons from Bitfountain give you those skills. It’s a soup-to-nuts set of comprehensive lessons that make a perfect introduction for the beginner, and will hone the skills of even seasoned coders. Right now you can sign up for just $40 at Cult of Mac Deals.

Apple scores SAP partnership to transform enterprise

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Apple steps up its assault on enterprise.
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Apple is teaming up with SAP to “revolutionize” mobile working for enterprise customers.

The partnership will see native apps for iPhone and iPad combined with the SAP HANA platform, plus a new iOS SDK and training academy that will help developers build new apps tailored to their business needs.

App developers: Sharpen your skills with 90% off coding courses [Deals]

Whether you're a seasoned app developer or still learning, this course in Swift and iOS 9 is for you.
Whether you're a seasoned app developer or still learning, this course in Swift and iOS 9 is for you.
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If you’re working toward app-making mastery, you need to stay on top of the key languages and frameworks for iOS. For first-time coders and seasoned developers alike, we’ve got three kick-ass courses offering hands-on experience with Xcode, Swift and Objective-C, plus other fundamentals that will hone your chops and up your marketability.

Oh, and another thing — each of these courses is discounted by at least 90 percent.

Swift grew, er, really fast in 2015

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Swift is wide open and growing fast.
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Swift, the programming language that creates apps for all of Apple’s hardware, had a pretty happy 2015, according to a report from job site Freelancer.com.

The data comes from 1,429,842 “good” projects — that is, “those which have been filtered for spam, advertising, self promotion, reposts, or that are otherwise unlikely to be filled,” the published report says. And Swift was the big winner, especially when you compare its numbers to 2014’s.

You can see more in the infographic below.

Now’s your chance to learn how to develop for Apple TV [Deals]

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It's time to start writing Apple TV apps.
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Apple TV keeps getting better and better, meaning there are more and more reasons to learn to develop for this increasingly popular platform. Even if you’ve never programmed a day in your life, this Apple TV developers course will have you building working tvOS apps by the time you’re finished.

Providing ground-up training in the key frameworks Swift 2 and tvOS, it’s all you’ll need to get started developing for Apple TV, and right now you can sign up for just $19.