Free iPhone Goodness from Stanford University

A little while back I posted about going back to basics with Stanford School of Engineering computer Science lectures. Well, today things got a little sweeter for many of us interested in developing iPhone applications. As you may know, a while back apple dropped their NDA requirements for iPhone developers and today Stanford’s iPhone Application Programming class (CS 193P for those interested) was made available as a screencast through iTunes. Lecture 1, as expected, starts with the basic and is entitled ‘Intro to Mac OS X and Cocoa Touch’. I, for one, will be making full use of these classes – homework and all :o). For anyone interested, the class can be found here. Bon appetite.

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