It's official! We are releasing the latest book in our iOS App Development series, Book 3: Navigating Xcode at the Macworld / iWorld conference in San Francisco this week.
Come visit us at Booth #413 at the expo. We will have some fun giveaways (including the new book) and would love to meet you face to face!
So, I'm pretty excited about this.
Today, at the Digital Book World Conference in NYC, it was announced that our book, iOS App Development for Non-Programmers, won the Publishing Innovation Award for best self-published book:
I'm particularly happy about this because we took the hight road and spent a LOT of time formatting the book for the iPad and the Kindle to take full advantage of each platform. We used full color, HD images, video, interactive diagrams, and so on. Congratulations to my wife Sharlene for the great photography in the book, which really helps it stand out. We have a great technical editor, Greg Lee, who helps make sure I'm covering all the bases, and an outstanding copy editor, Benjamin Miller who kept the book free from grammar, punctuation, inconsistencies, and anything else I threw at him!
This story has been picked up by many news organizations and on-line resources such as Apple Magazine: http://applemagazine.com/ios-app-development-for-non-programmers-earns-publishing-innovation-award/5334
The third book in the series is all done but the final edits! More information on that as soon as it's ready!
We met some great authors with some outstanding books at the conference. I'll be sharing more about these in the weeks to come.
It's official. I'm teaching our next hands-on iOS App Development workshop at the Shade Hotel in Manhattan Beach, CA (a suburb of Los Angeles).
This workshop is a great place to dive into the world of iOS App development, and emerge with the skills to create your own Apps.
Check out our web site to learn more about this class: