Developing Mobile Applications in iOS is part of a new series of courses on computer science and software development hosted by the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) Department of Computer Science at 1871 in downtown Chicago. These will include a range of course offerings for software developers interested in extending their skill sets as well as for non-techies who want to understand the innards of the technologies they build their businesses on. The programs are part of a collaboration between IIT’s Department of Computer Science and School of Applied Technology.
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