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About Objects is set to offer an updated version of its iPhone development training course that now includes full coverage of iPad development. Classes will be held in Cupertino, California, on April 24-30, and in Reston, Virginia, May 24-28.
The folks at About Objects say the new five-day course, "Introduction to iPhone and iPad Development," is part of a series that's proven popular with developers from such companies as Apple, eBay, Genentech, Intuit, Raytheon, NASA, and Yahoo!
There are two other courses in the series: ANSI C Programming, and Objective-C for Beginners. This allows developers to "right-size" their training by choosing the mix of classes they need. Classes are taught by two well-known iPhone developers: Jonathan Lehr, founder of About Objects, and Aaron Morse, developer of numerous iPhone apps including TapDefense, and Trenches. Both have extensive training backgrounds that include years of teaching beginner-level, intermediate, and advanced development topics centered around Apple's Objective-C and Java frameworks.
The April classes will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn Cupertino, located at 10741 North Wolfe Road in Cupertino, California. May classes will be held at About Objects, 1818 Library Street, 5th Floor, Reston, Virginia. For more info, including pricing, go to http://www.aboutobjects.com .