By Crystal McCullough | Thursday, July 15, 2010
In iPhone SDK: Developing iPad Applications, author Simon Allardice shows how to apply your existing knowledge of Xcode, Objective-C, and the iPhone SDK to create applications for the iPad. The course focuses on what’s different on the iPad, including design principles for the larger screen real estate, detecting device capabilities, and working with new Xcode project types.
Simon is also the author of iPhone SDK Essential Training.
By Megan O. Read | Thursday, August 27, 2009
Clockwise starting at top: Jeff Sengstack, Simon Allardice, Curt Frye.
Straight from the recording booths this week, we have three FANTASTIC authors who may be familiar faces…
Jeff Sengstack, author of Premiere Elements 7 Essential Training, is back in the booth to bring us a few new and interesting courses that we will share with you soon!
Simon Allardice, all the way from Scottsdale (by way of Scotland), is in recording the highly anticipated iPhone SDK Essential Training. Simon is one of our original instructors from the Ojai classroom days, and recorded the UltraDev 4 course for us way back in 2002. We are thrilled he is finally able to make time in his busy schedule to get back in our booth!
Finally, Curt Frye, who released his first lynda.com course (Excel 2007: Financial Analysis) with us just this week (congrats Curt!), is in town recording two more greatly needed Excel courses: Excel 2007: Pivot Tables for Data Analysis and Excel 2008 for Mac: Pivot Tables for Data Analysis.
Thanks for coming back for more, guys! We look forward to seeing you in the booth again next time!
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