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iPhone SDK 3.0 Training from The Pragmatic Studio

The Pragmatic Studio announced two upcoming training courses for developers interested in learning how to create iPhone applications using the latest iPhone SDK 3.0.

These 4-day courses will be held August 4-7, 2009 in Reston, VA and August 25-28, 2009 in Denver, CO. Attendees will learn how to build iPhone applications with guided instruction by two experienced iPhone developers and authors: Bill Dudney and Daniel Steinberg. Topics include:

  • Intro to Objective-C
  • Xcode and Interface Builder
  • Cocoa Touch APIs and Design Patterns
  • View Controllers
  • Navigation and Tab Bar Controllers
  • Table Views
  • Keyboard Input
  • Intro to Core Data
  • Custom Drawing
  • Touch Events
  • Core Animation
  • Photos and Address Book
  • Map Kit and Core Location
  • Networking
  • Accelerometer
  • Performance and Debugging

Early registration is US$1,895 and can be purchased at The Pragmatic Studio site.

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JH said:

Registration is not $300, that is the discount for early registration. It costs $2,200, $1800 for early registration.

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