Programming in Objective-C
Product Author Bios
Stephen Kochan is the President of ClassroomM, Inc., a site devoted to education, training, and development of mobile applications. In addition to writing Programming in Objective-C and Programming in Objective-C 2.0, he is the author and co-author of 10 bestselling books on the C language—including Programming in C , Programming in ANSI C, Topics in C Programming. Steve also published several popular Unix books, including Exploring the Unix System and Unix Shell Programming. Steve has been programming on Macintosh computers since the introduction of the first Mac in 1984 and wroteProgramming C for the Mac and Beginning AppleScript.
Steve spent several years working at AT&T Bell Laboratories. While he was there, he worked on performance measurement tools and developed and taught courses in C programming and the Unix System. He is also the former CEO and President of Pipeline Associates, Inc. a software company which he founded in 1985. The company specialized in developing printer language interpreters and licensed its technology to preeminent printer manufactures such as Sharp, Konica, Hitachi, Mitsubishi International, Fujitsu, Kodak, Sharp Electronica, and Electronics for Imaging (EFI), Inc.
Addison-Wesley is known for bringing high-quality and timely educational material to programmers, developers and software engineers. Our mission is to inform you about new technologies in ways that are conducive to your success and congruent with your learning style.
We are partnering with Steve Kochan and his team at ClassroomM, Inc., to bring you live, web-based training on iOS (iPhone and iPad) application development. Addison-Wesley’s Live Online Training allows you to have the benefits of face-to-face training without having to travel. For those of you who were unable to attend the Live sessions, or for those interested in Part Two who need to "catch up", we are offering a recorded version of Part One.
The first course¿was Programming in Objective-C Part One. This series will get you started learning everything you need to know about the language that is the key to iOS development. It will also prepare you for Part Two.
At the end of this course, you will know how to:
- Discuss and apply the principles of Object Oriented Programming
- Use Mac OS X developer tools to enter, edit, compile and run programs
- Write programs in Objective-C 2.0
- Use basic programming constructs to write expressions, loops and make decisions
- Use inheritance works and write subclasses
- Use properties, the dot operator and synthesized methods
- Use self and super
Based on Steve’s best-selling book, Programming in Objective-C 2.0, you can jumpstart your iOS development career. If you know any other programming language and want to start developing for the iOS platform, this is the place to start. If you have a Mac computer and have downloaded and installed Apple's free developer tools, you are ready to take the course. You do not need to know other object oriented languages or the C language to be successful.
Benefits of this course include:
- Download the recorded version of Programming in Objective-C - Part One.
- You can watch the session from your computer or portable device, such as an iPad.
- Membership to the online forum. Here you can ask Steve your questions and meet others who have taken the same course. You can rely on your newly formed network for tips and techniques even after you have completed the course.
- Special discounts on additional stand alone sessions from industry leaders.
Recorded Online Training $79.00
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