What You’ll Learn
Do you have an idea for an iPhone app? Maybe you have the idea all sketched out, or the dataset ready, but keep procrastinating, or getting stuck?
Come spend an intensive day working on your dream iPhone app idea in the company of an expert iOS app developer.
This one day workshop is designed for you to get closer to shipping an iPhone app you can be proud of.
To make sure you get all the attention you need, it's strictly limited to 3 individuals or teams.
On the day, depending on your level, you will:
- Share your app ideas in a group brainstorming session
- Identify the core features of your app
- Simplify your idea, and create a realistic product roadmap
- Get to work on your app with hands on help whenever you get stuck
- Go home with a scaffold or working prototype with clear next steps so you can be excited about working more on it.
You should have some basic programming skills. Ideally you have an awesome app idea that you want to work on, or even better, you have already started to build it. You will also need: - An Intel Macintosh laptop computer - Latest version of XCode and the iPhone SDK installed on your Macintosh laptop - An iPhone or iPod Touch, if you have one (optional)
About Your Teacher More Teacher Info
Adrian Avendano · CoFounder PeopleHunt
Adrian Avendano codes to change the world. He specialises in Java (10 years) and iOS (3 years). He received a masters in Computer Science ITESM Mexico, Brunel Uni London and IHK College Copenhagen. He worked for software companies in Mexico, Holland and Ireland before leaving to start his own startup.
He has released 6 iPhone apps in the app store since 2010, including:
PeopleHunt, spontaneous meetups with people from your networks based on things youc an share, show or teach one another - his current startup, written about on the Next Web.
Zeldin, built in 6 days, and presented on the NYTechMeetup stage.
GuessMyPersona, played by 6000 users at 25 events.
PassandPoll, finalist at TechCrunch Pitching Battle, London, and chosen as one of the most innovative and creative apps at AppCircus at eComm, San Francisco.
Here's a link to what he has built.
He was also one of the founding members of the hackerspace in Galway, Ireland, and he loves helping passionate programmers ship their ideas.
Class Syllabus See Detailed Syllabus
Starts on: Sat, Feb 9th, 2013
Let's Build iPhone Apps!
175 Varick Street, ...
New York, NY
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