The course will be ready in time for new students who have no programming experience to learn and make their own watch experiences prior to the release of the Apple Watch.
Provo, UT (PRWEB) November 11, 2014
Online instructor Nick Walter has announced the upcoming release of the first ever course that will teach newbs how to make apps for the Apple Watch. “It will be ready in time for new students who have no programming experience to learn and make their own watch experiences prior to the release of the Apple Watch.” This new course, leaning on the November release of WatchKit (the tool to program for the watch), is anticipated to open early December, just in time for the early 2015 Apple Watch release.
Since his graduation from BYU in April, Nick has hosted two online courses teaching people how to make iPhone apps. “With the release of my first course in June, I soon had over 8,000 students. I launched my second course using Kickstarter, and gained roughly 1,700 backers who pledged over $60,000. This is something that resonates with people.”
To ensure students have access to the Apple Watch course early, Nick has:
- Launched a Kickstarter to sell pre-orders for the course at a steep discount
- Decided he will undertake days of isolation to learn WatchKit, once it’s released
- Concluded he will need to hire out help to get a quality course together quickly
About Nick Walter: Nick Walter is an iOS app developer and online instructor living in Provo, UT. He graduated from BYU in April, 2014, and has now hosted two online courses attracting roughly 10,000 students. He’s currently earned around $120K and anticipates $200K by the end of 2014, given the upcoming release of the Apple Watch course.