Friday, April 3, 2009
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch)" @ 10:00 AM
"The Apple iPhone and the applications written for this smartphone have become so popular that Stanford University is now broadcasting a free, 10-week course from the university that will show would-be developers how to write apps for both the iPhone and iPod Touch. While those interested in writing iPhone apps cannot get credit, they might find some useful tips for getting their application into the App Store."
Sounds like it might be a good primer if you are interested in programming. I've never listened to or watched one of their podcasts, but they have a nice variety in their iTunes U section. I checked it out after I saw this article, and nothing was found as today about the new series. However, they did say it would be posted a few days after the lecture was done so give it a few days if you are interested. Sorry, no college credit for you if you don't attend in person!