Tem sido um pouco diferente do que eu imaginava… mas não me entenda mal, não é de uma forma negativa…

Quando escutei falar do Apple Developer Academy, achei que seria um curso mesmo: cheio de aula teórica nos ensinando todo o B-A-BA de lógica, programação, design e etc. Mas, pelo menos até agora está bem diferente disso.

Estamos tendo que aprender “na marra”, claro que sempre temos os mentores e mentores jr. que estão sempre mais do que dispostos a tirar nossas dúvidas e nos ajudar. Mas normalmente tem sido aprender fazendo.

Devo confessar que é meu modo favorito de…


"Primeiro Desafio" da ADA

Na terceira semana na Apple Developer Academy começamos nosso primeiro projeto mais longo até então. O projeto teria duração de 2 semanas e meia e seria num grupo definido pelos mentores.

Quando o tema foi definido, acredito que foi uma surpresa para todos, talvez por ser algo meio “distante”, e talvez por isso foi nos avisado que mais uma vez não precisaríamos de fato “construir” algo. O principal objetivo do projeto seria aprender e estudar a fundo todas as etapas do CBL.

Os grupos foram divididos em equipes de 5 pessoas. Eu ainda não tinha tido a oportunidade de trabalhar…


It’s been two weeks since I started at Apple Developer Academy — actually, it seems like more time, because it’s very intense in a good way, of course.

This week we needed to start to know Apple’s Playground and do some project about ourselves. I like to learn by doing something, so first I tried to understand the examples we had and tried to do something of my own.

So I had my first contact with game development. …


First of all, let me tell some background about myself. I was a Web Full-Stack developer for 10 years, but in 2019 I had the opportunity to start working with mobile, and that year was the first time I heard about the Apple Developer Academy by one former student that was an iOS Developer in the company I was working for. He explained to me what it was and at first, I thought it was a joke, that Apple would give us a course and it would be free. …


I hope that at the end of 2022, first of all: this pandemic has already become history and you are no longer locked in a house 24 hours a day.

But I hope as well that you have finished this incredible journey I have just begun one week ago, and that you have all the tools you need to build your new path (or at least that you know how to build the tools you need to build the path :-P).

I know it was not easy, but I really hope you can see yourself as others already see you…


This is a translation from the original post from Jacob A. Moura

Hey Devs

Null Safety is coming and opening new possibilities to all of us, but like with everything in life it has a price: we are forced to migrate every code "not protected against nullable" to non-nullable code for default. But it was not torturing to migrate a code so dense like flutter_modular’s and soon as we finished, we felt more confident with the refactored code.

This gave us the courage to put into effect all the features the community asked for and also the ones we wanted…

Sthefanny Gonzaga

Flutter Developer @Cingulo and Student at Apple Developer Academy

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