How a new ‘digital-first’ software design class will make the workplace more productive

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The new Digital First Certification program will help IT professionals understand how to build apps that are designed for mobile devices and the web.

The new program, launched on Wednesday, is meant to help IT departments better understand how they can better deliver services to businesses.

“The Digital First certification is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the principles and best practices of mobile app development,” said Mark Hirsch, executive vice president of IT at Apple, which recently launched a mobile app design certification program.

“We are proud to partner with Apple to make the certification a valuable resource for the mobile app industry and will continue to build on the success of the previous certification, which helped accelerate our growth.”

Hirsch also told Fox News that Apple has been working with companies like Facebook, Google, Google Fiber and others to make their apps work on iOS devices.

Hirsch said the Digital First program is meant for those who have experience building mobile apps for other platforms, such as iOS, Android, and Windows.

The Digital One program was created in 2018 to provide an overview of best practices in mobile app software development.

It offers a certification in which IT professionals are required to learn new techniques and techniques to build mobile apps, such a responsive design and a “digital” design, according to Apple.

Apple is making the certification free to businesses, as well as for users, according a statement from Apple.

“We are committed to making the Digital One certification free for our users, and will soon make it available to organizations,” Hirsch said.

The new program is part of Apple’s efforts to create more open standards, and make IT departments more efficient and effective.

Apple also introduced a new design certification in 2018 called the App Design Certification Program, which is intended to help organizations to build “apps that work better on multiple devices.”

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