Course 3 in iOS Programming for High Schoolers
This hands-on course is aimed at experienced iOS programmers who want to take their app development skills to the next level using Swift programming. Topics include database access, animation and location-based services. In addition, high school students will explore hardware capabilities in greater depth, learning to use the accelerometer, camera and GPS to their full potential.
This course is part of the iOS Programming for High Schoolers program.
Course Number: CSE-90029
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
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Online Asynchronous.All instruction and course materials delivered and completed online between the published course start and end dates.
Christian Tuskes has over 10 years of experience in native mobile application development. He earned his bachelor's degree in philosophy from Florida State University and his master's degree in computer science from National University. Christian is a solopreneur for his company Dilly Dally Games, LLC where he works on his app, Mexican Train Dominoes. He handles most aspects of his business including native iOS and Android development, product management, UI/UX, analytics and data analysis, customer support, marketing, and overall business management. Previously, Christian has worked for companies such as Intuit, Qualcomm, Upper Deck, Computer Sciences Corporation, and Booz Allen Hamilton. He has also been an occasional guest speaker at a local iOS meetup group.
No textbook required.
1st meeting mandatory. Early enrollment advised. No UCSD parking permit required. No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. No refunds after: 3/22/2021.
Course is open to high school students and their parents.
DATE & LOCATION:
3/29/2021 - 5/31/2021extensioncanvas.ucsd.eduYou will have access to your course materials on the published start date OR 1 business day after your enrollment is confirmed if you enroll on or after the published start date.
Wang, Wallace, MS Computer Science, BS Materials Engineering
Wallace Wang has written dozens of programming books related to iOS/macOS programming using the Swift programming language, including "Beginning iPhone Development with Swift 5," "Pro iPhone Development with Swift 5," "macOS Programming for Absolute Beginners" and "Beginning ARKit for iPhone and iPad" (all published by APress). In addition, he has taught numerous Swift programming courses to high school students through UC San Diego Extension over the past three years.
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Early enrollment advised. No UCSD parking permit required. No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. No refunds after: 3/21/2022.
3/28/2022 - 6/6/2022extensioncanvas.ucsd.eduYou will have access to your course materials on the published start date OR 1 business day after your enrollment is confirmed if you enroll on or after the published start date.
There are no sections of this course currently scheduled. Please contact the Pre-College Programs department at 858-534-0804 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information about when this course will be offered again.
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