Today is world Computer literacy day and it’s all about learning and teaching. Learning can be anything. There is no limit to learn. Knowledge is an endless ocean.
Mac OS X is a beautiful OS platform for Apple’s Macintosh machines and on the other hand iOS is the most versatile and advance OS for iPhone, iPad and iPods. Almost everyone love Apple products but shifting from Windows to Mac or Android to iPhone at times is a pain to basic users. My point here is not that Apple products are difficult to use, but they are just different from others and the interface is a little hard to figure out for first time users.
There are also emerging developers who are interested to learn about Mac OS X and iOS, but again there are not ample training resources in India. Being a Mac and iPhone user I never faced any difficulty using them. The power of these devices are just mind blowing. Mac comes with many in-built applications like iMovie, iPhoto and Garageband which makes it least dependent on third party applications for all your creative needs. But one has to learn to use them. I too was in a similar situation few days back. I wanted to learn to make iOS apps, understand the Mac OS X operating system and many other applications I had only heard of. That was the time I decided to go for professional help via an institute which will provide me certification along with teaching faculties with tremendous experience. India does not have many Apple certified training centers like they have in the West, which confided my limitation from day one of my interest. Then something good happened with me. I happened to live in Bangalore, India’s silicon valley. IT resides here. Then I came across Styre, which is Karnataka’s only Apple Authorized Training Center. The institute provides industry standard Training & Certication on programmes like Mac OS X, Logic Pro 9, Final Cut Pro X, iLife, iWork & iOS Application Development. I quickly enrolled for iOS training course. And got trained by Apple Certified trainers. I personally believe this was one of the best decisions I took in my life, but it all comes when you have the interest. I had the interest in this subject and I learned and for that I am glad.
I decided to share my experience on this very day because I would recommend to all the “Mac Lovers” to learn what they are interested in. And as I am talking about Mac OS X and iOS, I would suggest to all my geeky tech friends to take your passion to the next level.
On the eve of World Literacy Day, Styre is conducting a one day 8 hours training session on “Introduction to Mac OS X & iOS Devices Integration”. If you are a “Macinese”and reside in Bangalore, I would recommend you to attend this workshop. For more information about this course follow the below link: