Introduction to Cocoa Programming on Mac OS X
takes place at Montreal, Canada’s DeMaisonneuve College, and it’s now in its second edition. Added to the curriculum is information on programming using Xcode, the developer tools introduced with Mac OS X v10.3 “Panther.”
The revamped Intro to Cocoa program is a two-day, 14-hour course that takes place in March and May (depending on your language preferences). Tremblay’s course is aimed at teaching beginning programmers — users with no programming knowledge — the basics of programming using Cocoa. Students learn how to build their own Mac OS X applications.
The class takes place at DeMaisonneuve College’s Institute of Information Technologies, in their Power Mac G4 lab. It’s limited to 10 students and costs CDN$200 plus tax. Class dates run March 20 – 21, 2004 in English and May 1 – 2, 2004 in French.