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The show where you get first hand insights, tips and tricks directly from students who won this years WWDC Scholarship.

Are you a beginner in code? or a multiple time winner of the Scholarship? Don't worry, you will find some useful information for you in this podcast. Join us as we interview a different WWDC Scholar each week, we talk about their submissions, their experience during WWDC, tips for future students and more.

Scholars in the Spotligh‪t‬ Valentino Cerutti

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The show where you get first hand insights, tips and tricks directly from students who won this years WWDC Scholarship.

Are you a beginner in code? or a multiple time winner of the Scholarship? Don't worry, you will find some useful information for you in this podcast. Join us as we interview a different WWDC Scholar each week, we talk about their submissions, their experience during WWDC, tips for future students and more.

    14: Niall Kehoe

    14: Niall Kehoe

    Welcome to another episode of Scholars in the Spotlight. In this episode we get to talk with Niall Kehoe, a 17 years old student from Ireland who won the WWDC Scholarship three times.

    We get to know what his submission is about, how he came up with the idea and how he used the frameworks provided by Apple to achieve it, we also get some great tips for future students and we discuss about the features announced at WWDC, the previous times he has won the scholarship and his experience learning iOS development from a young age.

    The WWDC Scholarship (This year named "Swift Student Challenge") is an annual competition organized by Apple where students from all the world compete for the chance to flight to California to attend the World Wide Developer Conference held usually at the start of June. The students have to send a project using the Swift programming language and the Swift Playground format developed on either the iPad app, macOS app or Xcode.

    The projects are accompanied by two or three 500 words max essays about the inspiration of the project and the technologies used. The selection process is usually a month long, in which Apple judges will see the submissions.

    Music: "Gameshow" by Rob Endo at clipdad.com

    Other links and contact Information:


    Scholars in the Spotlight's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScholarsPodcast
    Scholars in the Spotlight's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWyGheJigv0S_lHBtLKROhw/
    Micrograx's Twitter: https://twitter.com/micrograx
    Niall's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Niall_Kehoe
    Niall's Apps: http://www.woollymammothtech.com
    Niall's Submission: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbuuas18zgA

    • 34 min
    13: Alexandru Turcanu

    13: Alexandru Turcanu

    Welcome to another episode of Scholars in the Spotlight. In this episode we get to talk with Alexandru Turcanu, a 19 years old student from Romania who won the WWDC Scholarship on 2018 and the Swift Student Challenge 2020 with his submission "Simon Draws".

    We get to know how he came up with the idea and how he used the frameworks provided by Apple to achieve it, we also get some great tips for future students and we discuss about the features announced at WWDC.

    The WWDC Scholarship (This year named "Swift Student Challenge") is an annual competition organized by Apple where students from all the world compete for the chance to flight to California to attend the World Wide Developer Conference held usually at the start of June. The students have to send a project using the Swift programming language and the Swift Playground format developed on either the iPad app, macOS app or Xcode.

    The projects are accompanied by two or three 500 words max essays about the inspiration of the project and the technologies used. The selection process is usually a month long, in which Apple judges will see the submissions.

    Music: "Gameshow" by Rob Endo at clipdad.com

    Other links and contact Information:


    Scholars in the Spotlight's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScholarsPodcast
    Scholars in the Spotlight's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWyGheJigv0S_lHBtLKROhw/
    Micrograx's Twitter: https://twitter.com/micrograx
    Alexandru's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pondorasti
    Simon Draw's Github: https://github.com/Pondorasti/SimonDraws
    Stonk Scorer's Github: https://github.com/Pondorasti/StonkScorer

    • 35 min
    12: Jose Adolfo

    12: Jose Adolfo

    Welcome to another episode of Scholars in the Spotlight. In this episode we get to talk with Jose Adolfo, a 19 years old student from The Philippines who won the Swift Student Challenge 2020 with his submission "Learn With AR".

    We get to know how he came up with the idea and how he used the frameworks provided by Apple to achieve it, we also get some great tips for future students and we discuss about the features announced at WWDC.

    The WWDC Scholarship (This year named "Swift Student Challenge") is an annual competition organized by Apple where students from all the world compete for the chance to flight to California to attend the World Wide Developer Conference held usually at the start of June. The students have to send a project using the Swift programming language and the Swift Playground format developed on either the iPad app, macOS app or Xcode.

    The projects are accompanied by two or three 500 words max essays about the inspiration of the project and the technologies used. The selection process is usually a month long, in which Apple judges will see the submissions.

    Music: "Gameshow" by Rob Endo at clipdad.com

    Other links and contact Information:


    Scholars in the Spotlight's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScholarsPodcast
    Scholars in the Spotlight's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWyGheJigv0S_lHBtLKROhw/
    Micrograx's Twitter: https://twitter.com/micrograx
    Jose's Twitter: https://twitter.com/devjoseadolfo
    Learn with AR GitHub: https://github.com/jadolfot/LearnWithAR
    Learn with YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNZKRVPVzX4

    • 21 min
    11: Umar Haroon

    11: Umar Haroon

    Welcome to another episode of Scholars in the Spotlight. In this episode we get to talk with Umar Haroon, a 21 years old computer science student from Colorado who won the Swift Student Challenge 2020 with his submission about COVID.

    We get to know how he came up with the idea and how he used the frameworks provided by Apple to achieve it, we also get some great tips for future students, we discuss about the features announced at WWDC20 and some predictions for WWDC21.

    The WWDC Scholarship (This year named "Swift Student Challenge") is an annual competition organized by Apple where students from all the world compete for the chance to flight to California to attend the World Wide Developer Conference held usually at the start of June. The students have to send a project using the Swift programming language and the Swift Playground format developed on either the iPad app, macOS app or Xcode.

    The projects are accompanied by two or three 500 words max essays about the inspiration of the project and the technologies used. The selection process is usually a month long, in which Apple judges will see the submissions.

    Music: "Gameshow" by Rob Endo at clipdad.com

    Other links and contact Information:


    Scholars in the Spotlight's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScholarsPodcast
    Scholars in the Spotlight's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWyGheJigv0S_lHBtLKROhw/
    Micrograx's Twitter: https://twitter.com/micrograx
    Umar's Twitter: https://twitter.com/umar__haroon
    Umar's Submission: https://github.com/Umar-M-Haroon/WWDC2020

    • 24 min
    10: Euan Traynor

    10: Euan Traynor

    Welcome to another episode of Scholars in the Spotlight. In this episode we get to talk with Euan Traynor, a 17 years old student from Australia who won the Swift Student Challenge 2020 with his submission "Braille Tutor".

    We get to know how he came up with the idea and how he developed it, we also get some great tips for future students and we discuss about the features announced at WWDC.

    The WWDC Scholarship (This year named "Swift Student Challenge") is an annual competition organized by Apple where students from all the world compete for the chance to flight to California to attend the World Wide Developer Conference held usually at the start of June. The students have to send a project using the Swift programming language and the Swift Playground format developed on either the iPad app, macOS app or Xcode.

    The projects are accompanied by two or three 500 words max essays about the inspiration of the project and the technologies used. The selection process is usually a month long, in which Apple judges will see the submissions.

    Other links and contact Information:


    Scholars in the Spotlight's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScholarsPodcast
    Micrograx's Twitter: https://twitter.com/micrograx
    Euan's Twitter: https://twitter.com/EuanFTraynor
    Braille Tutor Github: https://github.com/efalloon/WWDC2020-Accepted

    • 26 min
    9: Joseph Kokenge

    9: Joseph Kokenge

    Welcome to another episode of Scholars in the Spotlight. In this episode we get to talk with Joseph Kokenge, a 22 years old student from Louisiana who won the Swift Student Challenge 2020 with his submission about Crypto Kit.

    We get to know how he came up with the idea and how he discovered this little known framework provided by Apple to code it, we also get some great tips for future students, we talk about the structure of playgrounds and we discuss about the features announced at WWDC.

    You can get the video version of this episode on this link.

    The WWDC Scholarship (This year named "Swift Student Challenge") is an annual competition organized by Apple where students from all the world compete for the chance to flight to California to attend the World Wide Developer Conference held usually at the start of June. The students have to send a project using the Swift programming language and the Swift Playground format developed on either the iPad app, macOS app or Xcode.

    The projects are accompanied by two or three 500 words max essays about the inspiration of the project and the technologies used. The selection process is usually a month long, in which Apple judges will see the submissions.

    Other links and contact Information:


    Scholars in the Spotlight's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScholarsPodcast
    Scholars in the Spotlight's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWyGheJigv0S_lHBtLKROhw/
    Micrograx's Twitter: https://twitter.com/micrograx
    Joseph's Twitter: https://twitter.com/jokokrispy
    Joseph's Website: https://www.jokenge.com
    Submission Github: https://github.com/JOyo246/SwiftStudentChallengeSubmission2020
    Submission YouTube: https://youtu.be/L2JxtWiTg5I

    • 34 min

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