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from 1853 days ago

Alex Southern

Starting June 11th, Develop Detroit kicks off its inaugural 12-week program that promises to take attendees from coding novices to capable mobile developers able to build an iPhone or iPad application at will.  The course will take place two evenings a week with the hope to have a first-year class size of 20 to 30 students.

The project is the brainchild of Mike Vichich, a former employee of management-consulting firm Accenture, who recently moved into the startup scene with a mobile payments startup of his own called Glyph. Through outreach to established developers and business owners throughout Southeast Michigan, Vichich has assembled a team of coaches and mentors that will work with students over the course of twelve weeks to conceptualize (and ultimately develop) a mobile app of their own choosing.

At Demo Day in August, students will have an opportunity to showcase their work to an audience ...


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