As some of you may know, Stanford University is offering a class on the Cocoa Touch SDK (aka iPhone SDK) this quarter. Though I was not able to sign up for the class due to scheduling conflicts, I've been auditing the class, and I noticed that the class notes are now publicly viewable thanks to the reduction of restrictions in the iPhone SDK NDA. They have some great handouts and lecture slides up on the public site so I figured I'd link them if someone's interested. (The videos of the lectures are unfortunately not available to the public). The great thing is that the class is taught by Apple engineers that actually worked on the iPhone so all of this info is "from the horse's mouth". Here's the link: http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs193p/cgi-bin/index.php Since we are only 3 or 4 weeks into the quarter (depending how you count), not everything is up yet, but there's some useful stuff.