It’s possible the next big thing in app or operating systems development may be created by a blind or partially sighted developer, as Apple takes another step to make coding accessible to everybody.
Swift gets braille
Apple’s Everyone Can Code curriculum is already in use in schools, colleges, and homes worldwide.
Now it has partnered with the world-famous RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) to make its coding skills curriculum more accessible.
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