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Learn how to create iPhone apps at University of Chicago's weekend boot camp

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If you are a software developer that has some knowledge of at least one programming language, and would like to learn how to create apps for iPhone,iPod Touch, and iPad, then you may want to check out University of Chicago's iOS weekend boot camp taking place this Saturday and Sunday.

The program will be an accelerated course teaching the basics of mobile development using the Apple iOS software development kit. Attendees can expect to take part in lectures, hands-on coding exercises, and discussions regarding the assisting technologies and approaches integral to build an iOS application.

Winter 2013 iOS Weekend Bootcamp is organized by University of Chicago's Masters Program in Computer Science, and is open to the public. Classes will take place at Illinois Technology Association/TechNexus on 200 S Wacker Drive, Saturday March 9th, and Sunday March 10th from 9am to 4:30pm with an open lab between 4:30pm and 8pm on Saturday. Registration is $950 for both days, visit for more details.



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