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TSgKURIXTVNsee - 2013-03-29 04:14:33 slsqhr@boyvru.com

It sounds like a good plan! Just keep wrinokg at it and one day you\'ll just grok it and wonder how it was you ever didn\'t.The two books that just came out — \"Step Into Xcode\" by Fritz Anderson and \"Beginning Xcode\" by James Bucanek — are pretty good as introductions to the IDE specifically, especially since they cover Xcode 2.1 and 2.2 (respectively) which are pretty close to Xcode 2.3 in user experience. I\'ve heard good things about the new online \"Become an Xcoder\" book that just came out too.Another thing you might want to consider is not starting with Objective-C and Cocoa; instead start with a language like Ruby or Python. The new \"Learn to Program\" book from the Pragmatic Programmers is good; I\'m sending a copy to my nephew so he can start fooling around with Ruby on his iBook. Moving from a language like Ruby to Objective-C and Cocoa should be pretty straightforward, but you can start out without having to deal with (for example) memory management.
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