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Apple invests in tomorrow’s coding talent

[2019-05-15 14:40:00]

While Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn’t think a four-year degree is necessary to be a proficient coder, he’s still prepared to invest in the nurturing next-generation engineering talent. Apple today opened up the application process for new students to join  its Developer Academy in Naples.The Naples connection The Apple Developer Academy at the University of Federico II in Naples has opened up the application process for up to 400 new coding students.To read this article in full, please click here

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