Monday, June 27, 2016

Introducing IOT200 – Python GUI Programming using Tkinter

Today, we have just launched a new course - IOT200 – Python GUI Programming using TKinter.

While most of the time your Python app interacts with the user through the command line, this is not always the case. Using Tkinter you can write GUI apps using Python.

What's more, for this course you will get the following:

  • Raspberry Pi 3
  • Raspberry Pi 7" Touch Screen Display 
IOT200 - Python GUI Programming using Tkinter
Course Fee
S$899 (nett; no GST)
If your company is sponsoring you for the training, your company can enjoy 400% tax deductions/ allowances and/or 60% cash payout for investment in innovation and productivity improvements under the Productivity and Innovation Credit (PIC) scheme. For more details, check out the Productivity and Innovation Credit page. 
Start DateEnd DateDetailsCategory
Fri Aug 19 2016Fri Aug 19 2016PDFIOT
Wed Sep 28 2016Wed Sep 28 2016PDFIOT

Thursday, June 09, 2016

Android Wear Programming - 29 June 2016

The Android Wear Programming course on 29 June 2016 is confirmed. You will learn how to program your Android Wear devices as well as customise your notifications to take advantage of the display on your watch.

To attend this course, you would need to bring along your Android device. You will be provided with a LG Urbane Smartwatch (which you can bring home!).

Thursday, June 02, 2016

MOB103 - Writing Android Apps using Xamarin.Android and C# - CONFIRMED

If you have always wanted to learn how to write Android applications but you are not comfortable with Java, this is now the best time to learn Xamarin.Android. Using Xamarin.Android, you will be able to write Android applications using C#. Using either Visual Studio or Android Studio, you will be able to quickly get up to speed with your first Android application, and learn how the Android system works.

The run on 15 Jun 2016 is now confirmed.