Splice invites iphone app wizards to sign up

Get in on the mobile app gold ru$h: Splice offers development courses to learn how to make applications for the iPhone.


Barrington-based Apple software trainers and Mac repair people Splice (1668 Barrington Street, 444-4225) have a new training program that iPhone and IPod Touch fans are going to want to know about: you can sign up now for development courses, lasting seven or 10 days, depending on your previous programming experience, and learn how to make applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Trainer and consultant Woody Lidstone reports by email, naturally, that while his students often come in individually from a variety of backgrounds, he’s taught corporate groups too. “Banco Azteca of Mexico… sent six people from their development team. Since finishing the course, they've now made an iPhone app used by 500 of their employees to collect customer information at their branches throughout Mexico.” Visit splicetraining.ca for more information.


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