The Apple Developer Academy at the university Federico II of Naples has published the new call for the selection of about 400 new students who can take part in the free course of one year aimed at future developers and entrepreneurs. The inscriptions will be closed on June 21, and then the candidates will have to support an interview in Naples, London, Munich or Paris.
The course, which aims to acquire practical skills and training on how to develop applications for the Apple ecosystem, has already formed just under a thousand students since the opening of the Academy, in 2016. The last course welcomed students from 30 nationalities in the classroom. Among them, 35 were selected to attend the annual Apple developer conference scheduled in June in California.
Instead, fifty-always reports the company-the applications developed by students of the Academy and already available in the App Store. These include Hear Me Well, an app that transforms the iPhone into a hearing aid.