iOS Application Demo at Tekserve - March 21, 2011 - 3PM!
The Art of the iOS App Demo at Tekserve
Have you ever tried to learn how to develop your own app? Have you spent time going through the online materials, only to find yourself more confused than when you started?
In this demonstration we will show you the basics of how to design and develop your own app for the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. We will cover the basics of iOS development with a review of Cocoa Touch, the framework for rapid development, Xcode, the Mac Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for iOS development, and Interface Builder, the graphical user interface development environment.
Come and see how to get started on your path to developing apps for the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch at Tekserve.
This one hour demo will be followed by a Q&A session.
This is a free event that will be held at located at Tekserve - 119 West 23rd Street New York, NY 10011.
Cameron L. Fadjo is an instructor of iOS/Objective-C 2.0 and Java development at Columbia University's Teachers College. A former Business Specialist with Apple and product specialist for Native Instruments, GmBH, Mr. Fadjo has over seven years of experience as a corporate trainer and leader. He holds a certification as a teacher in the state of New Hampshire and is a certified professional in Logic Pro 8. In addition, he holds a Bachelor of Music (B.M) in Music Synthesis from Berklee College of Music and an M.A. (Instructional Technology and Media) and Ed.M. (Cognitive Studies in Education) both from Teachers College, Columbia University. While he is pursuing his PhD from Columbia University, Mr. Fadjo is the lead researcher on a project using innovative and experimental ways to teach computer science and is the lead developer on The Farm, an iPad app designed to improve reading comprehension for elementary school children.