Enroll in Stanford’s Free iPhone and iPad Development Collaborative Online Course

Jun 20, 2012 - 6 Comments

Stanford University

If you’ve been interested in learning how to develop apps for the iPhone and iPad, this may be the best chance yet. Based on Stanford’s Fall 2011 iOS development course, the new offering from Stanford gets social and lets you work on assignments with the rest of the enrolled class. No more getting stuck or confused by a concept presented in the lectures or videos, this time around the collaborative forum built around Piazza let’s students ask and answer questions quickly in a central location, which should improve the learning experience considerably.

Enrolling in the course is free, classes start on June 25 and goes through August 16.

You can find out more and register for the collaborative course at Piazza

If you’d prefer the self-paced solitary approach, Stanford University has provided a ton of free classes on iTunes U covering development and other topics. Thanks to MacRumors for the find.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Development, iPad, iPhone, News

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  1. B.R. says:

    Will this course be self paced because I work an evening job and what time does it start I would hate to miss out on this class.

  2. Rick Brown says:

    Is there any hard copies (DVDs, etc) available for such courses? I am willing to have the same as its not always possible for me to access interent on my device.

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