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Free iOS and Android Development Course in Riyadh

STC and Badir program for technology incubators has announced a number of free development courses in the following topics:

  • iOS Development
  • Android Development
  • Unity 3D Engine Development

The courses are available for men and women. Each course is 2 weeks and available for 3 months. Courses will be held in Riyadh.

Details from STC’s website:

The STC Developer training initiative covers a series of courses that target Saudi app developers across the Kingdom. STC has created this program to provide Saudi developers with educational training about trending operating systems and applications.

What are the objectives of the STC Developer Training Initiative? The program aims to:
Increase the knowledge of Saudi developers and educate them on building apps
Encourage and support developers with producing apps

About the STC Developer Community: In March 2011 STC launched the Developer Community initiative to:
Engage with local and regional developers by building a community for unique and relevant apps for STC customers
Increase engagement through promotions, quizzes, advertisements, social networks and public relations
Provide marketing support, mentoring, co-branding apps and merchandising
Educate and inform developers via the various developer websites, forums, articles and FAQ blogs
Provide a technical support forum, loan devices, access to experts and development centers
Provide developer enablement SDK, Tools, Documentation and sample code
Manage market analysis, systems and campaigns
Incorporate operator billing

To register, send your name and email to 804066. Or send an email to STCdevelopers@intigral.net.

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