iPhone Development Opportunities
EDUmobile offers new iPhone Development Online CourseEDUmobile has launched an iPhone Development Online Course that teaches candidates via Online Video, PDF Documents, One-on-One sessions and Weekly Worksheets. There is also an option to access a remote Mac, for those who do not have access to one. Candidates get a certification on completion and an option to co-publish their first app on the Apple App Store where they get to keep 80% of the revenues.
There is a lot of buzz about some independent developers and newbies who have made between $100,000 to $500,000 by simply creating their first iPhone application and putting it up for sale on the online Apple Store.
Steve Demeter made a simple puzzle game called Trism, and in 2 months he earned $250,000. Last December the app called iFart became the number one app on the App Store. It stayed on the top and raked in $9200 each day in profit after Apple's cut. Then, Ethan Nicholas, developer of the now famous iShoot game, earns $21,000 per day selling his iPhone app. Ethan quit his day job to work full time on the iPhone and he did not even know how to write Objective-C code before he made iShoot.
These are just some of the stories that are causing a lot of buzz, and people have quit their day jobs to cash in on the opportunity.
However, developing for the iPhone is relatively a new field with a shortage of well structured tutorials and one-on-one mentorship and help. EDUmobile has been involved with online training in the wireless technology programming field and has launched its iPhone Online Course to meet the shortage of information resources and training.
The course is offered on a once a week basis via Online Video, PDF Documents, One-on-One sessions and Weekly Worksheets. There is also an option to access a remote Mac, for those who do not have access to one.
The iPhone course offered at EDUmobile is crafted to suite the industry need for beginner and intermediate level developers. After the course completion, developers will be able to create software for iPhone and can optionally distribute their content through EDUmobile on the online App Store, and immediately start earning. One can also bid to win the large number of growing projects being posted daily on project bidding sites like Elance and RentACoder.
The classes are taught as a combination of various online modules and you get the ability to work on live industry projects, along with an opportunity to be placed in top mobile gaming and mobile application development software companies. A certificate is also offered to all candidates once they complete the course.The Course duration for is between 4 to 12 weeks depending upon the developers past experience in programming.
For those who do not own a Mac, there is a facility offered to remotely login to access a Mac to carry out your programming from a normal PC connected to the Internet. Thus, one does not need to purchase or own a Mac. The cost for the entire course is $200 (USD), and you can optionally avail of a facility to pay in 3 easy installments.
EDUmobile is an initiative of Chakra Interactive Pvt Ltd, a company operating in the Wireless Mobile Software Development space for the past 6 years, having worked on wireless projects released by global top tier clients and publishers such as EA Mobile, Hands-on-Mobile, I-Pla, Sony Pictures, Disney Mobile and Warner Bros amongst others. EDUmobile is an initiative offered by Chakra Interactive that offers various high quality mobile online training courses through video, pdf, one-on-one sessions and worksheets. The parent company is actively involved in Mobile Wireless Technologies through its internal division, The Porting Lab. Copyright 2009 EDUmobile. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. - Mumbai, India - Published on 06/15/09
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