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[vox] [fwd] O'Reilly Webcast--Getting the iPhone Open Source ToolChain Up and Running

Anyone out here have an iPhone?  Interested in developing on it?
(And if you do end up doing so, and are able to do it using OSS, that'd
be a really nifty LUGOD talk, I bet!)


----- Forwarded message from Marsee Henon <webcast@oreilly.com> -----

You are invited to a free webcast:
Getting the iPhone Open Source Tool Chain Up and Running

In this webcast, Jonathan A. Zdziarski, one of the original hackers of the
iPhone and author of iPhone Open Application Development will demonstrate how
you can use the iPhone open source tool chain to design third-party software
that will run on on both today's iPhones, and on iPhones that will soon be
running Apple's next version of firmware based on the official SDK. Jonathan
will demonstrate on a Mac running Leopard.

Introducing Jonathan will be Brian Jepson, executive editor for Make Magazine's
Make:Books series, co-author of Mac OS X Tiger for Unix Geeks and a number of
other geeky books, and iPhone hacker at large.

This is your opportunity to hear expert advice on building applications for the
iPhone and ask questions of the experts themselves.

Attendance is limited, so register now. We'll send you a reminder before the

Date: Thursday, April 3 at 10am PDT (17:00 GMT)
Cost: Free
Duration: 30-45 minutes
Meeting link: oreilly.com/go/webcast-iphone

Teleconference dial-in:
(select the number that is closest to your location)
East Coast US: +1 617 231-0350 and pin 8136507
West Coast US: +1 213-455-0500 and pin 8136507

Questions? Please send email to webcast@oreilly.com

About Jonathan Zdziarski

Jonathan Zdziarski is better known in the hacker community as
"NerveGas". He has played a key role in opening the iPhone's
environment to third-party software development, and is hailed on many
geek news sites for cracking this device and leading the effort to
write the first open source applications. Jonathan was the first to
develop an application that takes full advantage of the major iPhone
APIs with NES.app, a portable Nintendo Entertainment System emulator.

Jonathan is also a full-time research scientist and longtime mobile hacker.
Prior to the iPhone, Jonathan was well known for uncovering vulnerabilities in
Verizon's online systems and hacking popular Verizon phones to restore
functionality once crippled by the communications behemoth.

About O'Reilly

O'Reilly Media spreads the knowledge of innovators through its books,
online services, magazines, and conferences. Since 1978, O'Reilly
Media has been a chronicler and catalyst of cutting-edge development,
homing in on the technology trends that really matter and spurring
their adoption by amplifying "faint signals" from the alpha geeks who
are creating the future. An active participant in the technology
community, the company has a long history of advocacy, meme-making,
and evangelism.

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