FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
R/COM NETWORKS’ MEDIASCHOOL INTRODUCES MAC OS X TRAINING FOR DEVELOPERS
July 16, 2001 – NEW YORK, N.Y. – R/com Networks’ MediaSchool
(http://www.mediaschool.com), the online digital learning campus, is
introducing a new series of courses for developers of application for Mac
MediaSchool offers online education and full University certification 24/7.
The new course track, Mac OS X for Developers, premiers at MacWorld Expo
2001 in New York with the introduction of three courses, Application
Development for Mac OS X, Cocoa: The Object-Oriented Application Solution,
and Carbon Development for Mac OS X. All classes were developed in
collaboration with Apple Computer, Inc.
“”””””””These courses offer practical knowledge, audio lectures from Mac OS X
experts, and the ability to build real, original Mac OS X applications,””””””””
said David Barrett, R/com Networks’ President and CEO and the creator of
MediaSchool. “”””””””The courses also integrate the latest Mac OS X books, most
notably Learning Cocoa and Learning Carbon published by O’Reilly. If you
own one of those books, you’ll want to take these courses to round out your
The first three classes will be priced between $100-$300. Members of the
Apple Developer Connection are eligible for discounts of up to 50%.
“”””””””Mac OS X offers a rare opportunity for application developers,”””””””” said M.H.
Cameron, R/com Networks’ Vice President of Education. “”””””””For the first time
in more than a decade, there’s room for new developers to make a mark in
this industry and create an application for Apple’s new operating system,
that could really take the industry and Mac users by storm. We’re intent on
helping that next application developer make it big.””””””””
Additional classes for Mac OS X developers will be released through the end
of the year. Class titles will include Learning Project Builder and
Interface Builder, Aqua and the User Experience, and Coding with Java for
Mac OS X.
For more information stop by the MediaSchool booth at MacWorld in New York,
or visit the MediaSchool Web site at http://www.mediaschool.com/adc.