[Updated April 30, 2012]
|April 30, 2012||Unit Testing iOS Apps with Xcode 4|
|March 2, 2012||iOS 5 SDK with Xcode 4 Essential Training|
|February 3, 2012||Titanium Mobile App Development Essential Training|
|December 8, 2011||iOS 5 SDK New Features|
|November 21, 2011||Using Regular Expressions|
|September 25, 2011||Building and Monetizing Game Apps for iOS|
|October 13, 2011||Building Android and iOS Apps with Dreamweaver CS5.5|
|July 14, 2011||Building Android and iOS Apps with Flex|
|April 29, 2011||Xcode 4 New Features|
|March 24, 2011||Objective-C Essential Training|
|February 24, 2011||Flash Professional CS5: Creating a Simple Game for iOS Devices|
|February 18, 2011||Distributing iOS Applications Through the App Store|
|February 4, 2011||Distributing Mac OS Applications Through the App Store|
|December 9, 2010||iOS 4: Building Data-Driven Applications|
|September 1, 2010||iOS 4 App Development New Features|
|July 15, 2010||iPhone SDK: Developing iPad Applications|
|October 20, 2009||iPhone SDK Essential Training|
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