Develop Synonym Operation Apple’s Apple Developer Program Announces $2M Funding for Trunk-Based Development

Apple’s Apple Developer Program Announces $2M Funding for Trunk-Based Development

Posted September 14, 2018 12:19:22The Apple Developer Fund (ADF) has announced that it has received $2 million from the U.S. government in an effort to help fund Trunk based developer development, with the goal of creating a portfolio of jobs that include Apple’s developer program.

The fund, which is managed by the U-S.

Department of Commerce, is being used to fund a Trunk Based Developer Program (TBDP) that will provide employment opportunities to more than 3,500 students.

The $2.8 million will be used to help students attend classes in the Trunk Area Program, the fund said.

The funds will be utilized for the development of software for Apple’s Trunk and Apple’s Developer Program, it said.

The Apple TBDP was created to help create new, high quality jobs in the Apple Developer Area and to provide opportunities for students to earn the Apple Master Degree, the government said in a news release.

The Apple TBPD was first launched in August, 2016, with more than 11,000 students participating, according to the fund.

Apple’s Trunks are available for developers to build and test on.

The company has also developed a Trunks application for iOS devices, called Trunk Studio.

In addition to the funds, the Trunks will be supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the University of Chicago’s Computer Science Education Program (CSEP), the National Science Foundation (NSF), the URS, the American Institute of Certified Software Engineers (AICSE), and the International Association for the Advancement of Science (IAAS).

The funds are the latest in a series of funding for Trunks, announced by the Federal Trade Commission in February, which was also used to build a Trusted Hardware Program, which allows developers to develop apps for devices that are protected by Apple’s security.

The Trunk program, which began in June of 2017, provides more than 1,000 developers with jobs to help them build apps for their devices.

The program was established to help more than 300,000 people around the world build and develop apps and to support more than 25,000 businesses with app development.