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iPad Dev Camp Logo

If you are in Nor Cal next month and have interest in iPad application development make sure to visit iPadDevCamp. The camp will take place from 16th to 18th April in the Bay Area – here are the logistics:

Location: 2161 N 1st St, San Jose, CA 95131 (PayPal/ebay offices).
Event Fee: $52.24
Date: 4/16 to 4/18
Target Audience: Designers, developers, and iPad targeting publishers
Event Promo Site: ipaddevcamp

Attendees will include Cocoa Touch developers, web developers, UI designers, and testers, all working together over the weekend. Development projects will include both solo and team efforts. While some attendees will wish to work solo during the event, we encourage attendees to team up, based on expertise, to work in ad-hoc project development teams. All attendees should be prepared to work on a development project during the event.
Attendees will be able to:
a) Create new applications for iPad.
b) Migrate Mac OS X applications to iPad.
c) Test and optimize applications for iPad.

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I think this is pretty cool – it’s a right time to organize it and it will certainly help spread the knowledge – it’s also cool that folks who are not able to physically be there are enable to follow the event via web – for more details about the saltellite sessions hit this link.

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Elance_Alex posted on the Elance blog his analysis based on a quick look at the iPad SDK – here is a quick summary of his analysis:

  1. Similar to Touch: “For those of you thinking that the iPad looks like an overgrown iPod Touch, you’re not too far off the mark.”
  2. New Features: “The new iPhone 3.2 OS appears to have quite a few iPad-specific features that might not ever make it to the little brothers”
  3. File Directory, mountable: “There appears to be a file directory that will be easily accessible through mounting on a PC or Mac computer.”
  4. Camera Support: “While the iPad will clearly not have a camera at launch, the iPhone 3.2 OS for iPad shows support for a camera.”
  5. No Multitasking: “Those of you hoping for multitasking on the new iPad or iPhone software, don’t hold your breath.”
  6. Universal Development: “The SDK will reportedly support a new “Universal” development category for applications compatible with the iPhone, iPod, and iPad devices.”
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