When I decided to start learning Objective-C, I started looking for a lot resources to assimilate, to learn as much as I could. I have been a big fan of podcasts for the last couple years, so I searched for podcasts about iOS and Objective-C programming. Early on, I found this post on the Accidental Technologist that listed several good podcasts in this field. I will cover them here myself as well, but I thought I should call out where I found these in the first place.
Firstly, of course, are the Apple WWDC videos and sample code provided there if you are a registered developer at the iOS Dev Center.
Stanford’s Developing for iOS Classes on iTunes U – These are absolutely amazing. Out of all of the resources I have gone through, these have been the most helpful in getting me going. Profesor Paul Hegarty covers many different aspects of Objective-C and iOS, from the basics to Core Data, and does so in a very casual and easy to understand way.
When gathering links for this blog post, I found that this iOS 7 version of the class is currently in progress, so I have linked it here. I will be going back through these to see what new tidbits I can find that are iOS 7 specific.