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Jess Lee
Jess Lee

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Any recommendations for SwiftUI and iOS development bootcamps?

Saw this question come through on the CodeNewbie Slack group so thought I'd ask here. This person is looking for a 2-3 month bootcamp that would be suitable for East Coast hours.

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Braydon Coyer has some fantastic free content for SwiftUI. Along with dozens of videos on YouTube, Paul has a 100DaysOfSwiftUI challenge that is very insightful!

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Unfortunately a lot of the good iOS bootcamps I knew about and would recommend are no longer around but I do have a recommendation for a wonderful Swift UI and iOS resource.

Design+Code has excellent courses on iOS and Swift UI taught by Meng To

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I also believe there are a ton of free resources for your friend. Excellent ones. For example, RayWenderlich, or HackingWithSwift by Paul Hudson, he has there 100 Days of Swift (That uses UIKit), or 100 Days of SwiftUI. Also...There's the free 14 day challenge by Chris (From CodeWithChris). That is absolutely doable. Now I also offer a 1:1 Coaching Program, but it only involves SwiftUI (So if she/he wants to learn with UIKIt is not the best choice), and it's only a month long, because it's a beta program still. But definitely check the free resources. There's also Build That App! (Or something alike) channel from YouTube.

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The main thing is that you have decided to develop and I believe that it is necessary to spend time on self-development every day, only in this way it is possible to achieve success. This is how I constantly improve my skills in preparing presentations. I use a professional resource templates are very helpful in designing a stylish and high-quality presentation, it helps not only to develop my skills, but also to spend less time to get productive results.

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Jess Lee

@fdoxyz got any suggestions?!

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Fernando • Edited on

None that I can personally vouch for, but when I started learning to code for iOS I bought a book from the Big Nerd Ranch and loved it. They've had a bootcamp program for a long time and I think they're based in Central/East Coast timezone.

The Ray Wenderlich site is still one of my go-to places for resources too. I've paid for the membership at times when learning or trying to keep up with new things. Totally recommend them for all experience levels! πŸ˜„