I am working on a new iPad app, Understudy. (It isn't in the store yet.) The idea is that learning is most effective in one-on-one interactions. I am trying to find people interested in learning beginning iOS programming to try it out. It will be a fun experiment in learning. We will be going through Stanford's course, Coding Together: Developing Apps for iPhone and iPad (Winter 2013). You will watch the materials independently, then meet up virtually with your mentor once a week to review the material. It is almost like piano lessons. Once you are about halfway through the material, you are assigned another student to mentor through the beginning of the course. This allows you to go through the material again at a deeper level. The course has these prerequisites: C language and object-oriented programming experience. Our mentorship sessions will be done through Understudy, so you must also have an iPad. If you are interested, PM me or reply here! This also applies to people who would like to review the material in the course as a mentor to someone else. Teaching is the best way to master a subject.