Online Learning Update

April 27, 2010

Online Learning Computer Science 193P: iPhone Application Programming

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:01 am

by Brad Stone, New York Times

The Silicon Valley entrepreneur James Anthony says he is often surprised to find that other developers for the iPhone and iPod Touch have the exact same programming education he does. They, too, learned the secrets of Apple’s hit mobile devices from the Stanford course on iPhone applications, which was introduced in fall 2008 to a packed lecture hall. But while Mr. Anthony took the class as a senior at Stanford, many other members of Apple’s burgeoning developer community have tuned in to free video recordings of lectures at iTunes U, where it is often one of the most popular downloads. Stanford’s online class, Mr. Anthony says, “is pretty much the primary way to learn about iPhone development right now.”

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