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So I've followed an iOS and android development course. It was truly good.

Now they are rolling out a library for starters, intermediaries and advanced developers. The first item is free, no strings attached. You can access it through this link http://bitfountaingiveaway.com/?ks_giveaway=the-ultimate-mobile-development-education-giveaway&lucky=607. 

You can get more credits for free, it is all explained over there. 

 

Tutors are professionals as Eliot Arntz who regularly teaches iOS development classes and workshops at General Assembly and guest lectures for companies and development boot camps around NYC. He also taught the inaugural class for Coalition for Queens which focused on increasing diversity in iOS development. He also coaches students in a one-on-one environment with a focus on transitioning to full time development. Eliot cofounded and organizes the iOS Office Hours meetup NYC.

 

In his free time he works as a contractor for startups focusing on agile development.

 

It also features Jed Hastwell who worked for many years as a web developer for various companies in Australia and the UK. He co-founded indie games development studio, Whistlefire that recently launched their first game for iOS, Jungle Raider. He currently resides in Berlin where he is working for Toywheel, designing and building mobile games and digital toys for kids.

 

Also Khari Slaughter who is a graphic artist and designer from Boston, MA. After completing his degree in Sociology at Wesleyan University he moved his life to Paris where he continues to live. A degree candidate for the MFA Design and Technology at Parsons The New School, Khari maintains a firm connection with both tactile and digital media, constantly experimenting and pushing the limits of UI/UX design.

 

And Matt Parker who is fullstack programmer having done everything mobile to web to backend. He has built apps for early stage start ups as well as Fortune 500 companies. He also enjoys teaching and has taught classes on mobile development at General Assembly. Being a self-taught programmer, Matt wants to help others down that same path.

 

So check it out I'd say.

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