I’m looking forward to this one. Sounds like he’s given a lot of thought to one of the toughest problems facing anyone writing a Cocoa book: how much C do you assume the reader knows?
I decided to teach a core set of C concepts that apply directly
to Mac and iPhone programming, leaving out the archaic C
conventions that Cocoa has better answers for. So this book has
only two chapters on C. They focus on just the parts that you
need to be a productive Cocoa programmer.
There’s already a web site dedicated to the book, and it’s available as an O’Reilly “Rough Cut”.
★ Tuesday, 29 September 2009