University of Washington offers courses on iPhone app development

If ever wanted to learn iPhone application development! A new course from the University of Washington might be for you. The UW Extension plans to offer for the first time beginning this fall a 1-year certificate program in iPhone and Cocoa Development, Hal Mueller, who also sits on the new program's advisory board, will be teaching the first course. […]

If ever wanted to learn iPhone application development! A new course from the University of Washington might be for you. The UW Extension plans to offer for the first time beginning this fall a 1-year certificate program in iPhone and Cocoa Development, Hal Mueller, who also sits on the new program's advisory board, will be teaching the first course. The new program is broken into three 10-week classes. The first will focus on Mac development and introduce developers to Objective-C. The winter course will focus on iPhone app development and the spring course will be geared toward advanced networking,  graphics and database techniques. Each course costs $705, with informational meetings slated for August 4 and August 26.

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Source:→ TechFlash

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