Stanford to offer iPhone programming course
Precious little information is available just now, but Stanford appears to be offering a course in the Autumn entitled "iPhone Application Programming."
Award-winning iPhone app developer Craig Hockenberry wonders aloud if Apple will even allow such a course to be taught, presumably thanks to the ongoing NDA mummalum that Erica wrote about earlier today.
If anyone has any more information about the course and its instructor, we're all ears: please feel free to tip us.
Update: Tipsters Quinn and Dave helpfully inform us that the course will likely be taught by one (or more) of the same Apple employees that teach a Cocoa Programming course on campus. Apple and Stanford have shared a close relationship: Whether or not that gets them around the NDA restrictions probably will require a lawyer to understand and explain. Thanks, guys!
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