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Hackathon: Multitasking/NSNotif­ications & iPhone 4 Frolic Fest

This meetup will continue our "off the beaten path" series with more hands-on coding. We will have the meeting room at the Feathersound Panera for 3 hours (6pm - 9pm) so come hungry to help pay for the room. You can find the topic outlined below. The time spent on it could vary and we may have extra time to work on our own projects afterward and frolic with our iPhone 4s.
What to bring: It's recommended to bring a Mac since this is a hands-on meetup. Make sure you have the iPhone SDK installed and your iPhone developer tools. If you don't have a Mac you are still welcome to attend.
Setup: We will have a projector and screen so you can follow along. There will also be extra power for you to plug into.
iOS 4 Multitasking: Alex Vila will grace us with his presence as he discusses getting your apps ready for multitasking in iOS 4.
NSNotification: Alex will continue his talk and teach us all about NSNotifications. NSNotifications are handy notifications that let you know when certain events take place in your apps.
iPhone 4 Frolic Fest: We will frolic our new iPhone 4s if we still have time after the coding session. You are also permitted to work on whatever you may be working on. It's a great time to ask questions if you're stumped with something.

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  • Paul C.

    Nice and clear presentation (even for an iPhone programming newbie), good questions, and helpful people.

    July 1, 2010

  • Brian S.

    Alex was awesome. And so was everyone else for that matter. The sharing of knowledge is amazing. For someone like myself, who doesn't get to do iPhone development all the time as a full-time gig, it's fantastic to be able to hear others speak and share what they've learned in best practices and gotchas. It is tremendously helpful.

    July 1, 2010

  • Ellen T.

    If anyone needs a ride from South Hillsborough, Brandon, or Tampa, get in touch on Twitter - I’m @flpatriot.

    June 30, 2010

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