Let's face it. Not all of us are ready to tackle Mugunth Kumar's iOS 5 Programming Pushing the Limits: Developing Extraordinary Mobile Apps for Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Mugunth's book is a mid-level to advanced guide to iOS programming. What if you're just an ordinary Joe who has an great app idea and who wants to become a millionaire? What you need is help from The Pragmatic Lab.
The Pragmatic Lab is run by local developer Sidwyn Koh, who is responsible for the iOS app Definition and was one of the developers of Seesmic.
He is offering one-day basic, intermediate and advanced courses and will also do custom courses for you (if you're a student, a member of staff or an alumni of NUS, you also get a special discount). Sidwyn promises that even if you have no programming experience whatsoever, by the end of the basic course, you will be able to make your own simple app.
Alternatively, if you find that his rates are too rich for your blood, the entrepreneurial Sidwyn also has video tutorials that you can buy as well from his website Dive into iOS.
If you have a loved one who wants to get started with iOS programming, signing him or her up for courses with The Pragmatic Lab would make a great Christmas present.
Click here to go to The Pragmatic Lab or here to check out Dive into iOS.
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