In this episode Kelly interviews Brian Foutty about why everyone should learn to code and why the Swift Programming Language is the language to pursue.
Brian Foutty is Apple Distinguished Educator and the Innovative Learning Specialist in charge of his districts' iPad 1:1 initiative and has been charged with implementing and maintaining the iPad deployment, MDM software, supporting staff and students with IT support, professional development, student learning on iPad. Additionally, Brian teaches the Swift programming language and iOS app development to Career/Tech students. Brian has developed and published 13 iOS apps and is the author of iTunes U course "A Swift Time to Code" which was featured by Apple in 2015. Brian has been using iPad since its launch. Follow Brian on Twitter at @bfoutty
This episode of The Wired Educator Podcast is sponsored by: Planbook.com: the greatest lesson planning software on the planet, and it's only one dollar a month.
Mentioned in this Podcast:
Brian Foutty's Blog: https://www.ifoutty.com
Foutty App Development: http://www.fouttyappdevelopment.com/Fouttyappdevelopment/Welcome.html Trumbull Career & Technical Center: www.tctchome.com
Brian Foutty's iTunes U courses
The App Development with Swift Curriculum:
Accidental Tech Podcast - Episode 205: "People Don't Use the Weird Parts"
Social Media Follow Brian on Twitter - @bfoutty https://twitter.com/bfoutty Follow Brian on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/brian.foutty
Other Mentions: GitHub, Swift, iPad Palooza, Workflow, Overcast Podcast App, Stackover, Daniel Buddo, Frasier Spears, Redit
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The Wired Educator Podcast is sponsored by: Planbook.com: the greatest lesson planning software on the planet, and it's only one dollar a month.