The Computer Science department is pleased to announce a workshop on iPhone app development. Seating is limited! Students need to have completed at least COMPSCI 125 (Intro to Computer Science I). Registration is required at the following website: http://coding.avalon-innovations.com/
Learn how to create and sell your next great mobile app idea. This class is designed to take you through the steps of learning to code for iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad), polishing off your application with performance tools, and getting your app onto the App Store and marketed. The workshops will be focused heavily on coding and developing your app idea customized to what you’re working on. So bring your ideas with you and let’s make some apps!
Mike Ziray has created over 15 mobile applications for iOS and Android. He runs three different companies that develop apps and works with many more companies to help them create their next app. He started his own Mac software business while still in college. Mike holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Virginia Tech.
Friday, March 2 from 10AM-12PM
Friday, March 9 from 10AM-12PM
Friday, March 16 from 10AM-12PM
Friday, March 23 from 10AM-12PM
All sessions are in MEC 206.