Monday, January 18, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch)" @ 12:00 PM
"Like it did last year, Stanford University has posted the complete lecture and presentation slides for the Winter 2010 term's iPhone Application Development course. If you aren't in school or your local center for higher education hasn't jumped on the bandwagon and offered its own course, the Stanford course may be a good substitute."
I watched some of the lectures they produced in April of last year (they have since reissued the slides in iTunes) and they really are well done. This series just started and is available now in iTunes [link]. The course is taught by Paul Marcos and Alan Cannistraro, both Apple employees. This series includes APIs from the latest iPhone 3.1 SDK and also have closed captioning. But, unless you are actually enrolled in the course you can't get any help from the instructors via email so don't even try. With 4.4 million downloads from the last series, I think you can see why.