Last Day To Snag The iOS App Foundations Course Bundle From Cult Of Mac Deals


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**Update** The iOS Foundations Course bundle is expiring tonight. This is an excellent iOS app development course that will teach you the building blocks for C Programming and Objective-C. There are other courses out there, but these are built with beginners in mind.

Mobile is the future of technology and apps are the driving force of the mobile economy. Those who can build and design apps will be the most sought after talent. Anyone can come up with an idea for an app; it’s the getting it built that’s the tough part. So, if you’ve ever had a killer idea for an iPhone app, then the iOS Foundations bundle could be your chance to learn the one-two punch of iOS app programing from one of the best, Mark Lassoff.

After getting feedback from our customers, we found that the most effective way for a beginner to learn how to build iOS apps is to offer a combo of 2 courses: C Programming: iOS Development Starts Here!and the Objective C for Beginners. And, we’re including both courses for the price of one – just $79.

With a nearly combined 8 hours of material, dynamic video instruction, comprehensive lab exercises and dozens of fully functional code examples, these courses will give you the foundation you need to get started.

If you’ve been frustrated by iOS courses in the past because you didn’t have the prerequisite knowledge, don’t worry about it, because Mark Lassoff will teach you the “A to Z” of C programming; from there you’ll have the foundation to take off with his Objective C course which will get your brain dancing.

These courses will give you the tools you need to get after it. It’s just a matter of whether or not you’re ready to shine. If you are, we’re here to help make it happen.

Because we believe in Mark Lassoff’s abilities, we’ll give you 30 days to test the courses out, and if they don’t live up to your expectations, we’d be happy to refund you with no questions asked.

C Programming Course:

  • How to use Apples XCode Development Environment
  • The structure of a C program
  • How to use variables to hold values
  • Important programming structures like loops, conditionals and arrays
  • How to manage pointers and understand computer memory
  • How to dereference pointer values and pass information by reference
  • How to create C-style character arrays
  • How to create and manage C-functions

Objective C Course:

  • Extensive, informative, and interesting video lecture
  • Complete code demonstrated in lecture
  • Lab exercises
  • Lab solutions
  • Instructor support for questions and clarifications
  • Coverage of all important HTML and CSS concepts

Meet the Instructor:

Mark Lassoff’s clients include the Department of Defense, Lockheed Martin, Discover Card Services, and Kaiser Permanente. He has consulted for companies such as Dell, Target, Lockheed Martin, and government agencies including the US House of Representatives. In addition to traditional classroom training and consulting, Mark has founded his own website, Here he continually pushes the envelope with sharing his expertise to allow for people to make a difference in this world.

How long can you access your online lectures?

Indefinitely! As long as you have online access, you’ll be able to access them from anywhere. You can also download the videos to your computer to access them offline.

You can get this bundle right now over at for $79.

  • MacGoo

    Or you could just hop on iTunes U and take Stanford’s FREE courses, which are much more in-depth. Thanks for the advertisement Buster, but CoM should probably disable comments on these articles so your tech-savvy readers don’t point users to better products…

    itunes dot apple dot com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=473757255

  • Matt Caci

    I found the Stanford classes to be way outta my league.  They don’t cover the basics, they already expect you to know how to program.  This seems to be aimed at beginners.  Not computer science majors at Stanford.

  • Connor Mulcahey

    i don’t mean to be a d**k but I could understand them w/o any prior knowledge and I’m only 15. However I did have to watch some parts more than once.

  • Chicago_SC

    It’s okay you can be a d**k you’re 15, that’s kinda the only time in life to get away with it. After that it starts costing you $$$.

  • Arron Hunt

    Matt It’s okay. I have a large programming background and the Stanford lectures were still over my head. They didn’t start with the basics at all. They assumed you were familiar with most terms and didn’t bother to explain them. I might consider purchasing this one if it really does start basic.

  • MacGoo

    Do this: Listen to the Stanford lectures and download the source material. Play around. Get familiar. Buy Books. Google a lot. Enabling yourself is TONS better than paying this much for a “beginner’s” course. If you truly must pay for tutorials, get a subscription to lynda dot com. MUCH more multifaceted and useful than these one-trick lessons.

  • Gregory Baker

    I’m a professional C# developer with zero experience regarding OSX or iOS development but an interest. I bought these courses and found them to be excellent. I think they are a bit pricey – even at this discount but the info here is fantastic. I’ve done all the lessons in both courses over the past 24 hours and now feel that I could do real development in XCode. Not sure that would be true for someone with no experience, but I’ve seen no other courses that present this much material this quickly without being overwhelming. I really recommend this.