The Big Nerd Ranch will hold a post-Macworld San Francisco 2002 class in “Programming Cocoa on Mac OS X 10.1,” January 12-16, 2002 in South San Francisco.
Cocoa is an advanced object-oriented programming environment. According to Apple, Cocoa gives developers a whole new toolbox for building the best next-generation applications. It’s a collection of advanced, object-oriented APIs for developing applications written in Java and Objective-C.
Aaron Hillegass, Big Nerd Ranch instructor and founder, will be teaching the course. He has over seven years of experience consulting and teaching for Apple and NeXT Computer. He’s also the author of “Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X,” a new book due on Dec. 7. Students in the January class will receive a copy of the new book.
“We believe that Macworld will inspire a lot of people to learn Cocoa and we’re providing a class immediately afterward to make it as easy as possible to get that training.,” Hillegass said.
A class fee of $2,500 includes original course materials, five days of training, and a Big Nerd Ranch coffee mug and t-shirt. Room and board is not included in the price for this course. Space is limited to 10 students. For additional information, go to the
Big Nerd Web site.