Hi all, just another guy here who wants to learn programming and developing iphone applications. I have no prior programming experience. Shocker, I know. I'm aware this gets posted here a lot, I'm sorry, please bear with me. From what I've gathered from lurking these boards, the most recommended resources for a beginner to start learning how to develop iphone apps are: 1. Steven Kochan's Programming in Objective-C 2.0 (overwhelmingly) 2. Cocoa Programming by Aarong Hillegass 3. Beginning iPhone 3 Development by Mark and LaMarche and online tutorials (that are free) look like 1. cocoalab.com 2. cprogramming.com The only book I don't own is the Hillegass one. So my question is, where do I start with all these resources? I know, the irony is sickening. I should also mention I have Learn C on the Mac and Learn Objective-C on the Mac by the apress publishing company from a friend, but these seem to be not recommended as much. Should I start with the online tutorials? Should I start with Kochan, jumping straight into Obj-C, or learn C first? How far should I go into learning C before going into Obj-C? The only thing I've concluded between learning C or Obj-C is that it seems circumstantial, with a shade in favor of learning C first. I'm really tempted into just going with Kochan though, because of his overwhelming recommendations and his personal support. Shoutout to skochan: you're a bro. If any of you guys could help me out here, I would really appreciate it. There's some guy who's profile picture has a guy with aviators that dishes out pretty good advice, his 2c would be greatly appreciated. Oh, and I don't have XCode 4 yet, since most of my resources still pertain to 3. And I'm not doing anything over the summer, so I have oceans of time. Thanks in advance everyone.