‘iOS5: Fundamentals of Programming the iPhone and iPad’ to be topic at UWM workshop

MILWAUKEE —“iOS5: Fundamentals of Programming the iPhone and iPad” is the topic of a full-day workshop on Friday, Jan. 20, at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The workshop, presented by the Center for Technology Innovation at UWM’s Lubar School of Business, runs from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in Room N146, Lubar Hall, 3202 N. Maryland Ave.

This workshop will help attendees take advantage of iOS’s new features, including automatic reference counting and storyboards to quickly create simple iOS applications. The focus will be on Xcode and other Apple developer tools. Attendees also will learn to write code using Objective-C and to design interfaces using a GUI tool that is now part of Xcode.

Presenter Daniel Steinberg has been programming the iPhone and iPad since their SDKs first appeared in beta and in Mac OS X many years before. He is co-author of “iPad Programming: A Quick-Start Guide for iPhone Developers”, and author of “Cocoa Programming,” both from Pragmatic Programmers. Steinberg presents iPhone and Cocoa training for the Pragmatic Studio and consults through his company, Dim Sum Thinking Inc.


The cost for the workshop is $145. For a printable brochure and to register online, visit http://www.cti.sba.uwm.edu, or for additional information, call the Lubar School at 414-229-3992.

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