Stanford’s free iPhone coding class passes 1 million downloads
About a month ago, Wired.com gave you a glimpse into the iPhone application programming course at Stanford University. We also noted the lectures were being videotaped and distributed free on the iTunes U educational channel. We’re delighted to see Stanford’s announcement that the video podcast has surpassed 1 million downloads — the fastest this milestone has ever been reached in the history of iTunes U, according to Stanford. Way to go, Stanford! The next army of iPhone developers salutes you.
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