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Hi, I am interested in working on iPhone projects and am looking for other like-minded people. I am very familiar w/ the iPhone SDK and would not mind helping other people get started w/ it, as well. If there's anyone looking to work on iPhone apps for fun or profit, please get in touch.

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Also interested. Lifetime (30 years) of C, nearly no Obj-C.

Life circumstance (open heart surgery 30 days ago) leaves me with a ton of time on my hands.
Just can't seem to get started.

already own the Mac(s), iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch (2G), enrolled in the developer program, etc.

jim@netgate.com / 808 351 1919
Actually, there's a Stanford iPhone course that's pretty good. The lectures are free on iTunes (from iStanford). However, I found it easier to just scan the .pdf files from the lectures to patch my holes in Objective-C:
http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs193p/cgi-bin/index.php

Also StackOverflow and the iPhoneDevSDK forum are good. Not to mention, the official iPhone dev forums for paying developers.

Jim Thompson said:
Also interested. Lifetime (30 years) of C, nearly no Obj-C.

Life circumstance (open heart surgery 30 days ago) leaves me with a ton of time on my hands.
Just can't seem to get started.

already own the Mac(s), iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch (2G), enrolled in the developer program, etc.

jim@netgate.com / 808 351 1919
Yeah, I know about the Stanford course, too.

Was really looking more for a local face-to-face thing.

Thanks

Kelvin Kakugawa said:
Actually, there's a Stanford iPhone course that's pretty good. The lectures are free on iTunes (from iStanford). However, I found it easier to just scan the .pdf files from the lectures to patch my holes in Objective-C: http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs193p/cgi-bin/index.php
Also StackOverflow and the iPhoneDevSDK forum are good. Not to mention, the official iPhone dev forums for paying developers.

Jim Thompson said:
Also interested. Lifetime (30 years) of C, nearly no Obj-C.

Life circumstance (open heart surgery 30 days ago) leaves me with a ton of time on my hands.
Just can't seem to get started.

already own the Mac(s), iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch (2G), enrolled in the developer program, etc.

jim@netgate.com / 808 351 1919
I too am interested in talking to people who are working on iPhone application development. I am an experienced programmer but new to Objective-C and Macs I keep wishing I knew people I could talk to about problems I'm having.
If you are interested in talking to me about some Objective-C questions, I'd really appreciate it. I could send you the code in question. My e-mail address is sam@hcc.hawaii.edu.
So I've just finished a 2-day iPhone programming course in Portland (I fly back to HNL in about 7 hours) put on by Mobile Orchard's Dan Gringsby. I've learned a lot in 2 days, mostly about dealing with the workflow issues in Xcode (I'm an old emacs+Makefiles+'C' guy, IDEs are a foreign concept, or.. were.)

I have to say I know a lot more about view controllers and delegates now. :-)

Is there still interest in a meet-up in Honolulu?
Hi Jim. We have a monthly meeting for iPhone developers. The next one is December 2.
Jim Thompson said:
So I've just finished a 2-day iPhone programming course in Portland (I fly back to HNL in about 7 hours) put on by Mobile Orchard's Dan Gringsby. I've learned a lot in 2 days, mostly about dealing with the workflow issues in Xcode (I'm an old emacs+Makefiles+'C' guy, IDEs are a foreign concept, or.. were.)
I have to say I know a lot more about view controllers and delegates now. :-)
Is there still interest in a meet-up in Honolulu?
Jim,

I've been listening to Dan Grigsby's Mobile Orchard podcast (http://www.mobileorchard.com) for a while now. I'd be great to hear what you learned at the 2 day iPhone programming course. I'll be at the iphone meetup on December 2.

David

Jim Thompson said:
So I've just finished a 2-day iPhone programming course in Portland (I fly back to HNL in about 7 hours) put on by Mobile Orchard's Dan Gringsby. I've learned a lot in 2 days, mostly about dealing with the workflow issues in Xcode (I'm an old emacs+Makefiles+'C' guy, IDEs are a foreign concept, or.. were.)
I have to say I know a lot more about view controllers and delegates now. :-)
Is there still interest in a meet-up in Honolulu?
I would like to get to know a little something about the iPhoe SDK, but nothing really in depth at this time for I am in college. But yes, I want to learn some iPhoe SDK stuff. I will look for your reply some time in the future.

Thanks,

Joseph
Send a message to me privately, if you would like to discuss opportunity. We are building out some newer teams.

Jim
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We are taking applications For experienced persons to work on projects with our game studio and ad company. Good solid sense of professionalism and HUMOR required.

Jim Langford said:
Send a message to me privately, if you would like to discuss opportunity. We are building out some newer teams. Jim
Have you taken a look at the SDK 3.2 beta with the iPad support yet? I'm an experienced developer (37 years) but new to iPhone/iPad. A friend has asked me to port an existing iPhone app to the iPad. Apple docs say to use the Project->Transition command to start, but I always find that menu item grayed-out. Just wondering if anyone has had better luck than me with this.

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