Month: November 2010

December PI Meeting PLUS Food Drive with Great Prizes!

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The monthly meeting of the Phoenix iOS Developer Group is only two days away. Come learn more about using Categories in your code and find out how a couple of recently-released iOS apps were created.

I’m also excited to announce that in the holiday spirit we’re having a food drive. Bring canned or packaged food to the meeting to benefit a local food bank.

For each item you bring you’ll receive a ticket for a drawing for many great prizes. Increase your odds of winning by bringing lots of food! Special thanks to Tony Farag for organizing the food drive.

Meeting Details
Wednesday, December 1st
6:30PM-8:30PM

University of Advancing Technology (UAT)
2625 West Baseline Road
Tempe, AZ 85283
Map and Directions

Pi Meeting This Wednesday, November 3, 2010

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The next Phoenix iOS Developer Group meeting is only days away, Wednesday, November 3. Here’s the rundown:

As usual we’ll start with news from the previous month including strange new app promotion models, the future with Mac apps, interesting new tutorials and code libraries, and what’s coming up in November and beyond.

Next we’ll have a couple of short app demos and discussions. Nate Johnson will show us Straw Hat Saumurai and someone else will show another.

Finally, Jiva DeVoe will give us a early viewing of one of the presentations he’ll be giving next week at 360iDev Austin, either “Building Elegant Software” or “Classes – Better Living Through Customization.”

Join us for another interesting and educational evening of iOS development goodness. As usual we’ll follow it with networking, gossiping, and general BSing at the sports bar just down the street.

Phoenix iOS Developer Group Meeting
Wednesday, November 3, 2010, from 6:30-8:30

University of Advancing Technology (UAT)
2625 West Baseline Road
Tempe, AZ 85283
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/NhQa

Here it is, your moment of Zen:

Q: Why can’t Cocoa programmers win Presidential elections?
A: They don’t retain their delegates.

[By Andy Lee, maker of AppKiDo]