Dream about founding a startup? Want to become an entrepreneur? Wish you could win the KPCB’s iFund™? Are you ready to build a mobile app at Women 2.0 Startup Weekend on November 19-21, 2010? Maybe apply for the mobile-focused Founder Labs program in January 2011?
Bess Ho will be teaching iOS Introduction classes in November 2010 at Hacker Dojo in Mountain View. Learn what it takes to get started in iOS SDK development. This introductory iOS class will help prepare you to be a part of this mobile-oriented future so you can walk out knowing how to prototype an iPhone app with image, audio and animation in Xcode and Interface Builder. In one night class, you’ll learn:

  • What’s new on iOS4
  • Anatomy of iPhone & iPad
  • Xcode & Interface Builder
  • Create a Hello World app
  • Icon and Launch Image
  • Requirements
  • ViewController & Memory Management
  • Xcode Templates
  • Create your iPhone & iPad projects
  • Objective-C & Debugging
  • Create a full screen Landscape Orientation app
  • MVC model & Frameworks
  • Variable Instances, Properties, Methods
  • Create an app with image & audio
  • Animation, WebView, Calendar, Date, Time
  • Backward compatibility in SDK simulator & device
  • Application Submission Requirements

Women 2.0 members save $20 with discount code “women20” when you register for an iOS Introduction class here.

There are several iOS Introduction classes available in November, including one on November 19 — in the same facility that Women 2.0 Startup Weekend will be held in. You can learn to start developing on iOS, then continue building through the Women 2.0 Startup Weekend (November 19-21, 2010 in Mountain View).