Take your iOS skills to the next level with this intensive dive into performance tuning, debugging, and exploring a wide range of iOS’ frameworks and APIs.
This 5-week blended learning course will combine self-paced study with instructional hours from our SwiftUI instructors. At the end, you'll be ready to build your first Apple platform applications using SwiftUI.
If you're new to Swift and iOS development and want to write applications that run on the iPhone or iPad, this 6.5 day course is just what you need.
If you're new to iOS development and want to write applications that run on the iPhone or iPad, this course is just what you need.
The goal of this 1.5-day course is to provide students with best practices around testing, refactoring code to be more testable, and writing good tests. To achieve this goal, students will practice writing tests throughout the course.
Everything you need to learn the Swift programming language. This 2-day course covers Swift development best practices and patterns.
Get ready to level-up your Android knowledge in this 4-day course. Learn best practices and libraries that will help you get your apps ready to release.
Want to write Android applications? New to Kotlin and Android development? This 6.5 day course is just what you need.
Learn how to develop applications for the most popular mobile platform. This course covers all of the necessary fundamentals to develop elegant Android apps using Kotlin.
Ready to use the Jetpack Compose UI framework? This 1.5-day course will get you up to speed on best practices.
Ready to see all that Kotlin has to offer? Join this 2-day course to discover why Google has pinned Kotlin as the preferred language for Android development.
If you have some programming experience and want to build a backend using Node.js, Express, and MongoDB, this course is for you or your team. In this 1.5 day course, you will learn how to create a server with Express including a RESTful API. You will also learn how to store data in MongoDB and enforce the schema with Mongoose. Finally, you will learn to test your application with jest and Cypress.
This four day course explores Golang by walking students through the steps to develop a command line application, as well as a web application. Students will learn language fundamentals, core design principles, and advanced topics like generics and concurrency.
This three day course takes a pragmatic approach to machine learning by focusing on practical examples in order to accomplish specific goals. Students will explore different techniques, tools and frameworks while simultaneously building proper mental models to use when tackling machine learning problems.
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I did the swift and iOS bootcamp in Georgia. It was incredible and totally worth it. I had only played around and pieced together iOS apps before I went to the bootcamp. After everything made so much more sense and I was able to create and publish new iOS apps with ease.
Anna Sherman, Developer, Carbon Five
I used other online free courses to learn basic Kotlin and some advanced topics. It was nice to have the classroom setting, with the Kotlin Essentials course, to gain better-detailed knowledge. I do feel more confident with the basics of Kotlin, and I am looking forward to taking the more advanced courses.
Steve Hamilton, Android Software Engineer, Disney
I was able to start my research lab, HealthHawks, because Big Nerd Ranch gave me the skills to build software on mobile applications. I equip medical professionals with software that they test to be able to determine if it helps clinical outcomes. It is awesome. Big Nerd Ranch taught me how to change the world for the better, one line of code at a time.
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