iPhone Boot Camp Announces Six Day Master Classes with Best Selling iPhone Authors and Developers

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Jeff LaMarche, co-author of " and Steve Kochan scheduled to teach iPhone Development Master Classes August 11-16 in New York City and master developers Alex Cone, James Anthony and Edward Marks to teach three Day Intensive Workshops in Los Angeles August 25-27 and San Francisco September 25-27

While other sectors of the economy are in a recession the demand for iPhone and applications unrelenting. With more than 70,000 iPhone applications downloaded one billion times on 50 million iPhone Apple has created an economy of its own. And for someone with some development skills, time, and a knack for marketing and originality, business is booming.

If you really attack writing applications for the iPhone with a good business mind, individual developers can make $100,000 a year or so selling applications," said Jonathan Sarno, who travels the country running the iPhone Boot Camp, which teaches people how to create iPhone Applications."On the enterprise level opportunity for application development for this platform is enormous. Being able to capitalize on this growth now might be what makes or breaks a company's ability to succeed in the long-term."

Mindful of this industry leaders including IBM, AOL, HBSC, Thomson Reuther and others have sent their developers to attend the workshops in seven cities in the USA and UK and the workshops have been selling-out within weeks of their releases dates.

What separates a truly best-in-class iPhone training is the quality of the instructors. The recently announced six day Master Classes in New York City. August 11-16 feature bestselling iPhone authors Steve Kochan, author of "Programming in Objetive-C 2.0" and nine other books on the programing language of the iPhone, and Jeff LaMarche, co-author of "Beginning iPhone Development. Exploring the SDK", as trainers.

Upcoming three day intensive workshops include lead trainer Alex Cone, a former Apple engineer and Mac developer since the days of NeXTStep at Apple, training in Los Angeles August 7-9; the trainers James Anthony and Edward Marks, co-founders of Inedible Software, developers of bestselling iPhone Air Guitar and Shotgun, apps with over 3.5 million downloads,.in San Francisco September 25-27 and Matt Campbell, author of "How to Make iPhone Apps", in Philadelphia, October 3-5th

Students report that the hands-on small workshops save them month of time and money trying to develop apps on their own. The workshops moves fast and students should be prepared to work hard. After a brief introduction to Objective-C, students are immediately immersed into the iPhone UI framework, with in-depth instruction on the key subjects necessary to emerge as an iPhone and iPod touch developer, including databases, web and location based services, audio and video and animation. Of the over hundred developers that the iPhone Boot Camp have taught most are now professional developers, with dozens of apps in the app store and earning the going rate of $125/hour for junior iPhone developers.

The iPhone Boot Camp incorporates intensive training classes in iphone development and related technologies, including Cocoa, Open GL ES, device accessory API's, and game design. The affordable early bird rates are as low as $999 for a three day workshop and $300 for one day introductory workshops. Class price includes lunches and refreshments and over two hundred pages of original instruction materials. Students are encouraged to bring independent projects to class, allowing for input from classmates and individual instructor attention. The iPhone Boot Camp also has a very active alumni network for the students to develop apps for hire or in partnerships with other students in consultation with the trainers after the workshop.

For more information, call 212 767 9722. Read more about iPhone Boot Camp (including the complete syllabus) and the bios of our our instructors at http://www.iphonebootcampnyc.com.

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