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Wyncode begins offering part-time courses, starts with iOS coding

Wyncode Academy, South Florida’s first brick-and-mortar coding school and bootcamp, is adding part-time coding courses to its offerings, starting with an iOS coding course beginning Monday.  The six-week program will teach participants how to build iOS applications from the ground up using Objective-C, Swift, Xcode IDE and Parse APIs.

Taking place three days a week, the course will cover everything from basic animation, debugging and data storage, to geo-location, security and advanced object-oriented coding.  Karl Goodhew, development and architecture director at YellowPepper, and Derek Miller, iOS developer, also at YellowPepper, will teach the iOS course.

Tuition for the iOS cohort is $3,500 with graduates from Wyncode’s intensive web-development courses receiving a $500 discount from their tuition costs. The iOS course is designed for experienced coders and does require previous programming knowledge. All applicants will be tested on their understanding of core programming concepts prior to the admission process.

For more information, or to learn how to apply, visit http://wyncode.co/ios/

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