April 6, 2009 in iOS Development (E)
[prMac.com] American Fork, UT - Izatt International has announced a new location for the next iPhone course - South Jordan, Utah. This next course in Izatt's series of iPhone Training Courses will be a new Objective-C Course held April 17-18, 2009 at the Noah Building in South Jordan, UT. Holding the course in South Jordan is intended to serve the needs of the greater Salt Lake City area. The course location is only minutes from downtown (322 West 11000 South).
For those wanting to enter the world of iPhone development, Objective-C is the key. This course is designed for those with object-oriented programming experience, but little or no experience with Objective-C.
The Objective-C course is being offered in response to an increasing demand for smart phone development skills in Utah's 'Silicon Slopes' technology sector.
"It's really exciting to see students from our courses begin to publish their own apps to the iTunes App Store," remarked Jason Izatt, CEO of Izatt International. "More than half a dozen new apps have been submitted by Izatt students, with more on the way. Other students have found jobs or contract work with existing development shops. It's great to know we're making a difference."
The course is two hours on a Friday evening (April 17), followed by a full Saturday (April 18). Course price is $299 USD; only $199 for students. Information on the Objective-C Course, including cost, curriculum and pre-requisites can be found on the Izatt International website.
Izatt International develops and delivers best-in-class applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch, offers consulting and development services to those with iPhone projects, and delivers a quality series in training courses surrounding the iPhone/iPod Touch platform. For more information on Izatt iPhone applications and services, please contact us at 801.372.6031, email us or visit us online. Copyright 2009 Izatt International. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.