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Marshall University’s Weisberg Division of Computer Science in the College of Information Technology and Engineering will host a “Swift Introduction” workshop, led by Chad Reynolds, a national development executive with Apple.
Swift is one of Apple’s programming languages used to develop iOS apps, as well as apps for the Mac, Apple TV and Apple Watch.
The workshop will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, in Room 3123 of the Weisberg Applied Engineering Complex on Marshall’s Huntington campus. Twenty of Marshall’s faculty and staff, along with staffers of Apple Co. and Goodwill are expected to participate, along with 25 students from the Weisberg Division of Computer Science. The session will include a presentation by Reynolds and two hours of hands-on activities.