Those looking to jump start their career in iPhone app development can go to Saratoga, CA-based Edison Labs University for help, since it has just announced a new introductory 4-day course that talks about iPhone software development from the ground up. In the UK, Quantm College is doing something similar.
On its official web site, the Edison Labs University says: “[The class] introduces you to the core iPhone tools, the simulator, debugger, and the basics for creating a professional iPhone application [that] requires some knowledge of Computer programming but no knowledge of iPhone development.”
The instructors in these classes are themselves iPhone developers, so students can be sure they won’t be taught by people who don’t know what they’re talking about. A combination of short lectures and directed assignments are used in the course.
The offer is quite attractive, with about the only thing worth considering is the price. It normally costs $2350 to sign up, but it is on sale now in a limited early registration period for only $1995. So think about it fast so as not to miss on the special offer in case you decide to go for it.
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