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Book recommendations

From:
Carter Bailey
Date:
2012-02-09 @ 16:20
You win Greg... 

> Alrighty,
> 
> Let's hear your book recommendations! 1-2 beginner books and 1-2 
intermediate/advanced books for iOS development, etc. Think "which book 
would I hate to see disappear off my shelf."
> 
> Thanks guys!
> 
> Carter

Re: [saios] Book recommendations

From:
Greg Cerveny
Date:
2012-02-09 @ 16:27
## Beginner

Begininning iOS 5 Development by David Mark, Jacking Nutting, and Jeff Lamarche
Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X (4th Edition) By Aaron Hillegass and Adam Preble
Objective-C Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide By Aaron Hillegass
iOS SDK Development by Bill Dudney and Chris Adamson

more: http://www.gregcerveny.com/2011/12/15/GettingStartedBooks.html

## Intermediate/Advanced

I'm interested in 
Programming in Objective-C by Stephen G. Kochan
Cocoa Design Patterns by Erik M. Buck, Donald A. Yacktman 

On Feb 9, 2012, at 10:20 AM, Carter Bailey wrote:

> You win Greg... 
> 
>> Alrighty,
>> 
>> Let's hear your book recommendations! 1-2 beginner books and 1-2 
intermediate/advanced books for iOS development, etc. Think "which book 
would I hate to see disappear off my shelf."
>> 
>> Thanks guys!
>> 
>> Carter
> 
> 

Re: [saios] Book recommendations

From:
Collin Beck
Date:
2012-02-09 @ 16:37
iOS Recipes - Matt Drance and Paul Warren

It is for beginner and advanced alike.

Most of my reading has been in the Apple Docs and programming guides for
each technology I wanted to learn.

Collin

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 9, 2012, at 10:27 AM, Greg Cerveny <greg.cerveny@gmail.com> wrote:

## Beginner

Begininning iOS 5 Development by David Mark, Jacking Nutting, and Jeff
Lamarche
Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X (4th Edition) By Aaron Hillegass and Adam
Preble
Objective-C Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide By Aaron Hillegass
iOS SDK Development by Bill Dudney and Chris Adamson

more: http://www.gregcerveny.com/2011/12/15/GettingStartedBooks.html

## Intermediate/Advanced

I'm interested in
Programming in Objective-C by Stephen G. Kochan
Cocoa Design Patterns by Erik M. Buck, Donald A. Yacktman

On Feb 9, 2012, at 10:20 AM, Carter Bailey wrote:

You win Greg...

Alrighty,


Let's hear your book recommendations! 1-2 beginner books and 1-2
intermediate/advanced books for iOS development, etc. Think "which book
would I hate to see disappear off my shelf."


Thanks guys!


Carter