High School Students Receive Free Access to Developer Tools
Source: Embarcadero Technologies.
Students looking to design a mobile app with cloud services and IoT connectivity or develop a user-friendly online platform now have free access to a suite of application development tools. A new program from Embarcadero Technologies provides the company’s tools to public schools and universities around the world.
The Embarcadero Academics Program offers a standard classroom licensing package to any publicly funded high school or university that “achieves minimum qualifications,” according to a prepared statement. The program includes books for beginners to use its Delphi product, “an Object Pascal IDE and component library for cross-platform Native App Development with flexible Cloud services and broad IoT connectivity,” according to the company’s website. Embarcadero is offering similar packages for C++ training using the its C++ Builder and RAD Studio products.
“We believe our visual coding tools are especially well-suited for learning and want to make them easily available to aspiring developers and students,” said Atanas Popov, general manager at Embarcadero, in a statement. “We live in an age where coding skills are increasingly important and we need a growing pool of talented developers. Embarcadero is committed to advancing this goal across the globe and already supports hundreds of classrooms with our products.”
To view the application development tools, visit the Embarcadero site.
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