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Erica was a foreign language teacher and helped the school with their data analysis, when she realized she preferred the problem-solving aspect of data analysis more than teaching. She had lots of ideas for iPhone apps so enrolled in NYC-based TurnToTech’s iOS mobile development program. Erica tells us about how much she likes TurnToTech’s self-paced learning style, the similarities between learning foreign languages and programming languages, and her new job at XO Group!Continue Reading →
John left the legal field to attend TurnToTech’s 16 week mobile bootcamp in New York City. The switch from paralegal to mobile developer was risky, but worth it. See how this career change helped John land a position at a startup (and at Viacom!), all while giving him the skills needed to create his own app.Continue Reading →
TurnToTech is a mobile development bootcamp where students can choose to learn iOS or Android development. TurnToTech co-founder and CEO Aditya Narayan tells us about the student experience, what’s next for Mobile in 2016, and how to choose between iOS and Android.Continue Reading →
Shehzad Popat graduated from TurnToTech in fall 2015, and is now a mobile iOS developer at Transfast. He has lived in Japan, and worked as a chef in New York, before he realized he wanted to become a tech innovator. Shehzad tells us about his learning experience, job search, and why he chose to attend TurnToTech.Continue Reading →
Terry Bu of Turn to Tech shares his experience becoming an iOS developer after graduating from Turn to Tech one year ago. Terry provides insight for other bootcamp grads considering whether to get a job or pursue their own startup. For those wondering if bootcamps are worth it, Terry tell us why you can’t become a software developer on your own.Continue Reading →
Apple’s newest, beginner-oriented programming language Swift has made developing for the iPhone a possibility for new and experienced developers alike. iOS developers earn over $100,000 on average, so it's a perfect time to learn to program for the iPhone. With the help of one of these iOS bootcamps, you could find yourself developing mobile apps utilizing Objective-C, Cocoa Touch, and Swift.
Google’s Android OS is the most used mobile operating system in the world, and the little green robot has been winning hearts and minds for years now thanks to its high customizability and flexible open source developing options. Android programmers work in the Android Studio and develop Android apps using SDK manager, earing up to $155,000 per year. It’s no surprise that you would want to learn how to develop for Android – do your research with Course Report’s list of top Android bootcamp and developer classes.Continue Reading →
After working in advertising for five years, Ali Lynch decided to begin researching bootcamps to learn mobile development. She was impressed with the emphasis on Swift at TurnToTech, and is currently a student in her 7th week of TurnToTech's course. We talk to Ali about how she chose the right bootcamp for her, how TurnToTech differs from other bootcamps, and how she has pushed through challenges in the course.Continue Reading →
Aditya Narayan had a wealth of experience in technology companies- from starting his own online tutoring service to heading up IT security at a Fortune 500 company. He decided to team up with Harish Shadadpuri to found TurnToTech, a programming bootcamp in New York that trains students in mobile and web development. We talk with Aditya about the iOS course and decision to teach Swift, the program's unique structure, and how they create self-sufficient developers in twelve weeks.Continue Reading →
Apple released their new programming language, Swift, for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch this month. The language is meant to be interactive, fun, and works side-by-side with Objective-C so developers can use it with their current apps.
So how can you learn Swift quickly? Check out these programming bootcamps that are already offering classes in the language and get started on your next iOS project!Continue Reading →