Macintosh Student Developers for OS X
About the Course:
Have you ever wanted to write an application for Mac OS X or iOS (iPhone/iPad/etc.)?
We'll cover all of the basics of writing applications for OS X and/or iOS, including the Objective-C programming language, the Cocoa frameworks, the Model-View-Controller design paradigm, and much more.
There are two sizable homework assignments and a final project to be presented to the instructors and class at the end of the semester.
Attendance is not mandatory, but strongly encouraged. Typically, the first hour of each class meeting will consist of lectures/demos by the instructors, and the second hour will consist of hands-on lab activities.
Prerequisites: Programming experience is required. Experience with C or an object-oriented language such as Java is strongly recommended.
How to Enroll:
Enroll via Tele-BEARS. We will do our best to let everyone in, but we may need to cap enrollment if we get too many.
Course Contact: nadine.salter AT berkeley.edu
Faculty Sponsor: Dan Garcia
Time & Location:
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