About Objects Offers iPhone Training Series in Bay Area

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About Objects has announced October, 2009 course dates for its series of popular iPhone developer training courses in Cupertino, CA. Courses in the series, ANSI C Programming, Objective-C for Beginners, and the iPhone Programming Workshop, can be purchased individually, or as a single unit. The courses in the series are built around hands-on lab exercises that allow participants to learn the ANSI C programming language, Objective-C, iPhone-related libraries and frameworks, and more.

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About Objects has announced October, 2009 course dates for its series of popular iPhone developer training courses in Cupertino, CA. Courses in the series - ANSI C Programming (October 12-15), Objective-C for Beginners (October 16-17), and the iPhone Programming Workshop (October 19-23) - can be purchased individually, or as a single unit (iPhone for Beginners Super Bundle). Classes will be held at the Cupertino Inn, a couple of blocks from the Apple campus.

The courses in the series are built around hands-on lab exercises that allow participants to learn the ANSI C programming language, Objective-C, iPhone-related libraries and frameworks, and Apple's development tools, including Xcode, Interface Builder, in a progressive series of steps. Attendees begin by writing simple ANSI C and Objective-C programs and gradually work their way up to writing full-fledged iPhone apps with a variety of features. Class sizes are deliberately kept small to ensure plenty of hands-on guidance; typically, classes comprise eight to twelve attendees.

Topics covered include the following:

  • Using the iPhone SDK's Xcode IDE and Interface Builder
  • ANSI C programming* Objective-C basics for the iPhone
  • Foundation classes* Managing the iPhone's memory and other resources
  • IPhone app design patterns
  • Custom drawing and animation
  • iPhone touch screen user interaction
  • Working with iPhone user interface controls such as buttons, text fields, etc.
  • Using table views to present and manage data
  • Working with the iPhone's navigation and tab bar controllers
  • Working with web content
  • Persisting iPhone user and application data
  • Working with the iPhone's accelerometer, location data, and other core services.
  • Working with Interface Builder's .nib files

All three courses are taught by noted developer and author Jonathan Lehr. Jonathan has over a decade of experience developing software in Objective-C for Apple platforms, and has trained hundreds of developers in these technologies.

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