Need Rails 3 or iOS 4 training by the end of the year? Our public Studio schedule between now and year’s end has just been finalized, so you can secure a spot when and where it’s convenient for you! Please don’t wait to sign up until the early-bird registration deadline approaches. We’re usually sold out by then, and the next round of public courses won’t be until 2011. Register today to make sure you get in on all the fun this year!

  • Ruby on Rails

    Oct 25-27 in Chicago, IL

    Dec 8-10 in Denver, CO

    It's a great time to learn how to build high-quality web apps fast with Rails 3. You'll come away from this three-day course with the skills and confidence to build your own Rails apps: from idea to deployment. You'll not only learn the syntax, you'll also understand how everything goes together to create well-designed Rails apps.

    In this course you'll learn directly from two experts. Dave Thomas is the author of Agile Web Development with Rails and Programming Ruby, and Chad Fowler is the author of Rails Recipes and a renowned Ruby and Rails consultant.

    If you're just getting into Rails, or need to bring your team up to speed quickly, this course is for you. Check out the course details and registration for more information and early-bird discounts.

  • iPhone/iPad Programming

    Oct 25-28 in Chicago, IL

    Dec 7-10 in Denver, CO

    It's also a great time to learn how to build mobile apps with iOS 4. You'll come away from this course ready to create your first iPhone app, or improve your existing app. You'll know how to effectively use Xcode, Interface Builder, Objective-C, and the Cocoa Touch libraries to turn your idea into an app running on your iPhone or iPad.

    In this four-day introductory course you'll learn how to create full-featured iPhone/iPad apps like the pros. Matt Drance helped shape the APIs in the iPhone SDK as Apple's Application Frameworks Evangelist and is now a highly-regarded independent iPhone developer. Daniel Steinberg is the author of Cocoa Programming and iPad Programming.

    If you're a programmer new to iPhone development, or you've started building an iPhone app and need help putting all the pieces together, this course is for you. Check out the course details and registration for more information and early-bird discounts.

So if you’re looking for hands-on Rails 3 or iOS 4 training, we hope you’ll join us. It’s always a lot of fun, and perhaps you can tack on a couple days around the Denver event to hit the slopes. Plus we’ll make sure you get the most up-to-date and authoritative developer training around. You’ll start 2011 ready to create your first iPhone or Rails app, or improve your existing apps!

Space is limited, so pick the dates and locations that work best for you, and reserve your seat early. In addition to our public courses, you might consider scheduling an on-site course if you have a team of eight or more developers.

Thanks for your continued support, and we look forward to meeting you in an upcoming Studio!