As Rob Janoff rightfully devised the logo “Byte into the Apple”, the IEEE Young professionals MGA in collaboration with Young Professionals Bangalore and iOS user Group Bangalore invite you to be a part of the two day hands on workshop on iOS App Development. The main highlight of the workshop is the programming language used. The workshop will be conducted based on Apple’s own swift programming language which was open sourced during November 2015. Motivation for conducting this workshop is to expose cutting edge technologies to young professionals and making it affordable at the same time. Furthermore, the workshop would be a great platform for networking and connecting aspiring entrepreneurs with developers. The event is open for all professionals and final year students who clear the Baseline assessment quiz.
How to register for workshop : https://goo.gl/forms/WxtnSA60jQwlhkzE3
How to write the Baseline assessment quiz:
1. Login to http://quizstar.4teachers.org/
2. Select as student site
3. Sign Up for the site. (They don’t create spam. So, you can sign up with correct details. )
4. Select Search at top right corner post login.
5. In Class search add : iOS Workshop 2016 and search with exact match
6. Select the class and register
7. Go to class page and take the quiz
8. All the best.
M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology (MSRIT) is an elite, premier, autonomous, private engineering college located in Bangalore, Karnataka and is affiliated to the Visvesvaraya Technological University headquartered at Belgaum, Karnataka, India. The venue has many MAC machines in the Computer lab and participants don’t have to bring their own machines.
Speakers are Gokul, Head of iOS User Group – Bangalore Section and Parminder Singh, CTO of Hansel.io and co-organizer of iOS User Group – Bangalore Section.
|Workshop Date||:||20th and 21st August 2016|
|Registration closure Date||:||12th August 2016|
|Intimation of selection||:||14th August 2016|
|Last date to payment for selected candidate||:||18th August 2016|
Cost of workshop:
|IEEE Members||:||Rs. 500|
|Student IEEE Members||:||Rs. 400|
|Non IEEE Members||:||Rs. 1000|
|Non IEEE Student Members||:||Rs. 750|
1. Candidates would not selected if they have scored low or not taken Baseline assessment quiz.
2. The amount is only charged for food, facility and speaker travel expense. The workshop is non profitable and sponsored from MGA IEEE Young Professionals.
About Swift (For those who does not about Swift)
Swift, Created by Chris Lattner, the same person who wrote LLVM is a general purpose, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language created for iOS, OSX, watch OS, tvOS, and Linux developed by Apple Inc. Swift is intended to be more resilient to erroneous code (safer) than Objective-C, and more concise. It is built with the LLVM compiler framework included in Xcode 6. Swift was introduced at Apple’s 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Swift is an alternative to the Objective-C language that employs modern programming-language theory concepts and strives to present a simpler syntax. During its introduction, it was described simply as “Objective-C without the C”