Apple has partnered with an educational institution in Australia to help students learn code using Swift programming language. TAFE Queensland will begin offering its program – the state’s first iOS course, developed in partnership with Apple – for students by October 2021. Demand for the industry is growing.
Growing up in Swift combines creativity and code-based solutions in a way that no other language can, which gives our students basic skills from talent to design, development and distribution through the App Store. Jackie France, director of creative arts and digital design at TAFE Queensland.
Open Source Language provides the foundation for the vast majority of apps available in the App Store. Since the launch of the store in 2008, the iOS app ecosystem has seen incredible growth. There are currently nearly 2 million apps in the App Store that have generated over $ 600 billion in sales and sales by 2020.
“There are many jobs and courses for developers. There are currently about 160,000 people in the industry in Australia and about 408,000 in the UK. “The app’s economy is growing and Swift is a great language for teaching new programs because it is fast, secure and highly readable.
Two Queensland High Schools – St. Augustine College and Sinai Catholic College – are also using Swift to teach students the basics of application development. And the reception from both students and teachers was very positive, believing that both languages develop creativity and analytical skills.
“Swift’s decision to choose was clear and based on the simplicity, versatility, and unlimited creativity of the language. In the 21st century, we are seeing our students develop problem-solving skills and design real-world solutions to problems by building the skills necessary for success. Paul Dionysius, who teaches at Sinai Catholic College, today we have the future of blockbuster developers – I am sure of this and I am incredibly proud.
Energy Queensland, the state-owned power company, is also working. When the company distributes iPhones to 7,500 employees in 2018, it first gives employees the opportunity to use Swift to develop software solutions.
Recently, Energy Queensland students conducted a five-day program that gave Swift students a chance to see how the company was changing.
Energy Queensland’s Dan Masse from Energy Queensland said: “Innovation is central to Energy Queensland’s success, how we use technology to provide better results and services, but how the organization shares these insights with schools and students ጠንካራ Yes, and this is something we plan to promote and grow.