hey guys , i came across this publication in the newspaper so i thought of sharing it with you guys who might be interested in developing apps for the first time.
Not to mention there would be no registration fee!
iOS Day on 22nd December 2012
So come join us on 22nd Dec (Saturday) 9AM to 6PM to learn, break and make your favorite iOS apps. From newbie to pro everyone is welcome.
9AM to 10AM: Doors Open
10AM to 12PM: Tutorial Sessions
1PM to 5PM: Hack on Apps
5PM: Show & Tell (Claim your Coffee Cards)
1. ObjC & iOS development – Gabriel Lim
2. Game development with Cocos2D – Gibson Tang
3. Facebook news stream with CoreText – Mugunth Kumar
4. PassBook Integration – Shang Liang
5. Arduino door hack project – Michael Cheng & Chinmay
6. TBD – Subhransu Behera
Food: Lunch will be provided.
(Thanks to our friends from IDA for being a great support)
Blk 71 Ayer Rajah Crescent, #02-18, Ayer Rajah Industrial Estate , Singapore 139951
(Without them we would have been homeless)
To register for this event: https://www.facebook.com/events/282528058516428/
This event is organised by Subhransu Behera
Q: How do newbies learn? within 2 hours?
A: you don’t learn in 2 hours. You get started(: ( @Subhransu Behera)
Q: Must i bring anything?
A: Just bring your mac with latest XCode installed if you have a mac or pair with someone at the event if you don’t.
Q:i only have an mac, where
to get can i download xcode?
A: You can download xCode from here : https://developer.apple.com/xcode/ , it’s free!
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