After a while off of iTunes U, Stanford has updated the iPhone and iPad app development course offered through iTunes U. The course is called “Developing Apps for iPhone and iPad” and will be offered from January 22 until March 28. The app is now supported on iOS 6 and will teach how to develop apps for Apple’s iOS system. If you’re interested in Stanford’s free course, search for “Developing Apps for iPhone and iPad” in iTunes U.
Here is an excerpt from Stanford’s course description:
“Stanford’s most celebrated iTunes U course includes peer collaboration, so you can learn alongside fellow mobile developers from around the world. If you’ve tried it alone and gotten stuck, now there will be people to help. If you’ve taken it before and aced it, now you can sharpen your knowledge by helping others. And if you’ve been meaning to learn Developing Apps for iPhone & iPad, there may never be a better time.
We call this experiment Coding Together. It’s free, and it’s going on from January 22 through March 28. We think it will be fun, and you’re invited to join.”
Will any of you be taking this course? Or are you interested in developing apps for Apple’s iOS? Let us know in the comments section.
Source: Mac Rumors