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Run with the Mac Pack!
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Tutorial

Introduction to Objective-C
James Duncan Davidson, http://x180.net/

Track: Mac OS X Tutorials
Date: Monday, September 30
Time: 8:45am - 12:15pm
Location: Winchester

Mac OS X is the fastest growing Unix platform on the market today, and the Cocoa object-oriented development environment is the ideal framework for writing Mac OS X applications. There's a lot to learn about this powerful combination and the first place to start is with a firm understanding of the Objective-C language and Cocoa's Foundation classes.

In this tutorial, learn how Objective-C extends the ANSI C language with a highly dynamic set of object-oriented abilities. You'll also learn how strings, collections, and memory-management work. Even if you plan on programming Cocoa with Java or AppleScript, you'll benefit from understanding how Objective-C works and the legacy that it has imparted to Cocoa.



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