Software Development for the iPhone and iPod Touch at the UO
Apple seminar: February 25
Learn how to develop for the hottest mobile platforms around, the iPhone and iPod touch.
We’ll discuss and demonstrate Apple’s software development tools for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and show how individuals and institutions are building innovative mobile applications for their organizations and the wider world. We’ll highlight and deconstruct some popular applications – both web-based and native – and show you how to get started building your own with Apple’s free developer tools.
We’ll talk about web development with Dashcode, native application development with Xcode and Interface Builder, and review the integration and deployment options and Apple’s developer program. And if the presenter messes up, we may accidentally wind up demonstrating the debugger as well.
About the Presenter
Steve Hayman is a National Consulting Engineer with Apple’s Education Team based in Toronto, specializing in Apple’s developer tools for the iPhone and Macintosh. Prior to Apple, Steve worked with that other Steve at NeXT Computer, where he first fell in love with the combination of powerful object-oriented development tools and a great Unix core; before that he was Network Manager at Indiana University; before that he picked up an M.Math at Waterloo, and before that he had a summer job painting construction equipment. In his spare time he directs Argonotes, the Toronto Argonauts Band, the finest pep band in the Canadian Football League.
Who Should Attend?
– campus IT staff
– computer science faculty
– aspiring student developers
February 25, 2010 9:00AM
University of Oregon, Erb Memorial Union Fir Room
Please register at apple.com