At AltConf in San Jose, App Camp For Girls Co-Founder and iOS Developer for Smile Grey Osten shares some thoughts on how the WWDC announcements will influence their curriculum, the expansion and progression of App Camp,why robots make coding more interesting, and how they have refocused their mission to be more inclusive.
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Grey Osten has been writing iOS apps since 2010 and currently works with Smile, the Mac and iOS productivity software company, and is the lead developer for App Camp For Girls. Before joining Smile, Grey worked with Fish Hook. The journey to becoming an iOS developer started with a background in fine arts and a love for Apple products. After 4 years as a Mac Genius, Grey made the jump to writing apps. Follow Grey on Twitter.