Aspiring App Developers Get Real World Training at Mobile Makers Academy
|Ron Beaman in Programming Monday, December 16, 2013|
The academy provides small class sizes and each student creates a mobile app and submits it to Apple’s iTunes App store as their capstone project. The current graduating class has just released its apps including app offering an airborne allergy forecaster, a retail app for a socially minded online clothing store, an animated GIF finder, a competitive photo-sharing app and several social-networking apps.
“Every lesson at Mobile Makers builds on things we already learned, creating a fast-paced, ongoing level of learning that would be impossible to maintain by myself,” said Kabir Mahal, a recent Mobile Maker alum and the co-developer of the app JustMovd. Mahal is currently an iOS developer at Wislr, a youth media company. “In addition to the iOS-specific learning, Mobile Makers had the perfect environment to nurture team building and collaboration. After I graduated, I felt I had the tools needed to succeed professionally, and was able to jump into an Agile work team and write quality code within a matter of days.”
Mobile Makers is now accepting applications for its 2014 class schedule and offers personal, on-site instruction, practice technical interviews, a private job board and resources for alumni to continue enhancing their skills and portfolio.
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