How I Wish I Learned to Create iPhone Apps: Watch 25+ HD Screencasts and Lectures FREE

 Create your own iPhone apps with Objective-C

Create your own iPhone apps with Objective-C

I'm giving away 1,000 free discount codes to my iPhone course through November 30th 2013.  Start learning how to program iPhone apps with HD videos and source code. In my course you can follow what I do and avoid the common pitfalls

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I’ve been dabbling with iOS development since 2008 when I worked as an intern at Apple Inc. At the time I really wanted to get into iPhone development, but my assigned work was in Python, so I couldn’t.

Fast forward a year, I tried to learn in college, but RIT didn’t teach it. So I taught myself, and boy was it a struggle (even as a computer science major). I used free resources and a few books, but nothing really clicked until I sat down and coded. A lot of times it was super frustrating and I didn’t have anyone to help me. The iOS SDK was full of bugs or undocumented behaviors in Xcode. FYI: For any real beginners, the Standford iOS courses were too long and totally missed the beginner audience. (i.e. they expect programming experience... yikes!) Over the years I've submitted a handful of apps to the App Store, which has been a great learning experience.

Last year I was offered an Adjunct Professor position to teach iPhone app development at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). It was great, but I wanted to find other creative people like me who have ideas and struggled to put the pieces together. Programming is hard, and if you don’t have a programmer friend it can be overwhelming. It’s easy to lose motivation and stop when you hit those walls. It seems like every developer goes through these struggles, but I think it can be better.

In 2012, I started teaching iPhone programming in-person/skype through Skillshare. Shortly after, I launched my online iPhone Programming on Skillshare.com because it aligned with my desire to help more people. I spent a ton of time filming, editing, and planning high quality lectures and screencasts. I think you’ll enjoy free access and if you like the course, please leave feedback.

p.s. I’m happy to help direct beginners or anyone struggling to get off the ground. Right now I’m filming iOS 7.0/Xcode 5 materials, which will be available in November/December. Anyone in my current Skillshare class will get free access to the new iOS 7.0 course.

p.p.s If you signup, please recommend the course on Skillshare.

 

 Learn how to use Xcode 5 to make iPhone apps for iOS 7.0

Learn how to use Xcode 5 to make iPhone apps for iOS 7.0