The Iron Yard code school to offer iOS development classes in Charleston

The Post & Courier
June 6, 2016

The Iron Yard figures that Charleston has a shortage of mobile developers, so the code school is looking to fill the gap.

The Greenville-based school is adding a mobile engineering class this summer to its downtown Charleston campus. The 12-week course, which starts July 11, will teach students how to build apps for Apple’s iOS operating system.

“There’s not a true avenue for potential iOS developers now in Charleston,” said Betsy Hare, the Charleston campus director. “I expect that three months down the road, six months down the road, a year down the road, the demand for iOS is still going to be here.”

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