|Feb 6, 2011, 05:16 PM||#1|
Book Question (Obj-C)
I am a programmer moving to Mac from Windows and Linux. I originally have a bit of a background in Python and .net with C# (HTML/CSS as well) and I'm hoping to go through a book and learn Objective C. I've narrowed my choice down to three, and I was wondering if anyone had any insight on any of them or had used one before. I want something that is a "beginner book" to help strengthen my background and something that isn't super dense to read.
My choices thus far:
Programming in Objective-C 2.0
Learning Objective-C 2.0: A Hands-On Guide to Objective-C for Mac and iOS Developers
Beginning Mac Programming: Develop with Objective-C and Cocoa
|Feb 6, 2011, 05:33 PM||#2|
Kochan is the "standard" beginner's book a d consistently gets good reviews, but the other two target the same audience.
I would suggest you use Amazon's "look inside" and the samples at http://pragprog.com/ to peek inside the three books and see how you like the style each provides.
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