Apple’s Wish to teach people of all age the basics of coding seems to come true
On Friday Apple declared plans to offer some 2,000 free coding workshops across its European stores between Oct. 6 and 21, showing its participation in EU Code Week.
Apple will offer free in-store coding sessions to celebrate EU Code Week https://t.co/qWld4HqAgU
— Morochosve (@morochosve) October 6, 2018
Apple will ensure to offer “at least one free session every day” at each store. Some workshops will include “How To: Get Started with Coding,” “Teacher Tuesdays: App Design & Coding Basics,” and “Kids Hour: Sphero Maze Challenge.”
Courses Apple is offering and at least one of them is made free
The organization has additionally developed new obstacles for Swift Playgrounds, Xcode, and its in-house App Development with Swift curriculum taught at colleges and other schools. App Development now has an academic certification meant to boost a person’s skills after completion.
Teaching for the future and letting the basics of Coding out
Apple management team has been eager to promote coding lessons, but mainly for Swift, its self-developed language. Altogether it does have some usage elsewhere, Swift is mainly built for macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. The company has moved to put Swift courses in a number of schools in the U.S. and abroad.