Apple and Chicago City gathered this week to celebrate the "Everyone Can Code" program at the location of Apple's Michigan Avenue. A special "Today at Apple" session where students of the program introduced their application creation, as highlighted by the Mayor of Chicago Mayor Lahm Emanuel and Tim Cook …
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In today's Apple session, it was titled "One Summer Chicago Student App Showcase". During the session, students who took part in the One Summer Chicago program were given an opportunity to introduce the creation of Swift applications on Apple's in-store displays to the audience gatherings.
Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel celebrated the Twitter event with a gallery gallery. Tim Cook also wrote congratulations to the students, as follows.
Young developers like Fahmeen, Afreen, Amelia are developing apps to support local communities. Thank you
@ChicagosMayor And @1 Summer Caddy It helped us to introduce some of the creativity and passion born out of the Everyone Can Code initiative in Chicago.
Apple works with the City of Chicago to expand the Everyone Can Code initiative throughout the city. In December, more than 500,000 students announced that they could access the curriculum. In addition, we partnered with local companies and provided work to students passing through Swift-based internships and programs.
– Mayors of Lahm Emanuel (@ Chicagos Mayor) August 8, 2018