Stanford gives free iPhone development class on iTunes

Posted on Monday, Apr 06 2009 @ 02:23 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Stanford University's School of Engineering is offering a free iPhone development course on iTunes and get the slides and other course materials over here.
Last fall, Stanford University's School of Engineering began teaching a class on developing applications for the iPhone. This quarter, you don't have to empty your savings account to attend the class, as Stanford is now offering free video downloads of the class, "iPhone Application Programming," to the public on its iTunes U Web site. The class began this week, and will run for 10 weeks (users can also download slides and other course materials from the Web site for the course, CS 193P).
Source: MacWorld

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