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AppsCluster Academy: People, Tools and Production
AppsCluster Academy is a non profit organisation founded in 2012 in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets to promote educational and economic opportunityLearn More
The Mobile Apps Development Course is designed enabling learners with no previous programming background to acquire the knowledge and skills to design, make, and sell a fully functioning Mobile App on the iPhone and Android Apps Market.
- Winston Churchill
AppsCluster launched the first cohort of Mobile Application Development Apprentices on Friday 18th of October at Google’s Campus London. Who are the Current Cohort? Average Age of 20 88% Male 13% Female Previous Education: 16% Degree 58% A Levels 26% GCSE...Learn More
Patrick Wintour, political editor The Guardian, Tuesday 12 November 2013 Miliband will also promise to make UK-based IT firms take on a full-time British apprentice for each overseas recruit Ed Miliband has hired former Tomorrow’s World presenter Maggie Philbin...Learn More
By: Nathan Kontny http://www.fastcolabs.com I came to design rather late and had to learn my lessons the hard way. Nonetheless, I’ve been able to make something people like to look at and find pleasant to use. So, here are five important things I’ve...Learn More
By: Michael Grothaus / http://www.fastcolabs.com 27/08/2013 With iOS 7 developers see the greatest changes to the OS since its inception. To meet those changes some developers are risking their whole business on the upgrade. Here’s what seven of them said about the...Learn More
by Sramana Mitra | 9:00 AM August 26, 2013 http://blogs.hbr.org/ There is a very real knowledge gap in the early stage start-up game, on both sides of the table. First-time entrepreneurs lack the seasoning to captain a steady ship through turbulent waters....Learn More
http://www.fastcolabs.com Last week we brought you iOS developers that changed the iTunes App Store with gorgeous interfaces and high-performance code. This week, we’re plunging back into the Objective-C dev community to find the most influential women in Mac and...Learn More
An innovative way to tackle the lack of mainstream support to create iOS and Android developers for the expanding Tech Sector in London.
Developed to meet the needs of companies of all sizes and for individuals with little or no previous knowledge and experience in Java or Objective C.
*Apprenticeships can be provided to existing staff members or volunteers working on your project.
Employers also benefit from up to £2,500 of Government funding.