81-year-old grandmother learned how to program in Swift and released the game for iPhone
01.03.2017 0 Comments
If you think that older people are unable to learn programming, then you are mistaken. Thanks to the programming language by Apple, it is available to everyone.
81-year-old Japanese woman named Masako Wakamiya for six months via Skype and Facebook learned the Swift programming language and created a game for iPhone. The app is called Hinadan and it is devoted to the Japanese holiday, Hinamatsuri (girls ‘ Day or dolls Day).
The occasion that inspired Vacariu to create the program, the Japanese traditionally celebrated on March 3. According to tradition, on this day, girls display special dolls, which are mounted on a tiered stand.
In the game for iPhone the user must be in the correct sequence to arrange the images of 12 traditional Japanese dolls. The app is available for download in the App Store for free.
Masako Wakamiya 43 years worked at the Bank and at the age of 60 years retired. Then she was first introduced to the computer and began to learn high technology.
Now the woman is now working at the club, where it develops an active life of seniors, also travels a lot and publish guidelines on the use of computer programs. Japanese advocates creative lifestyles and is constantly learning new things.