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We had our first meeting last night. Pretty good turnout. The first topics were simply on how to get started, the registration processes with Apple all the way through getting into the App Store. Hopefully the meeting next month will teach a little Objective-C, XCode, or other things to get more familiar with the development environment.


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Is anyone else participating in an iPhone Developer User Group?
 
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I was not, but I joined after seeing this. Thanks.
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So about how many people showed up?

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I think there were 40-50 for that first meeting. The second one is in a couple weeks.

I'm lined up to present on Objective-C in April.
 
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