Welcome to the BYU chapter of CocoaHeads, a group devoted to discussion of Apple's Cocoa Frameworks for programming on Mac OS X. CocoaHeads is a community for people interested in developing software for Mac and iPhone, with the goal of bringing like-minded developers together to share experiences, insights, and techniques.
Meeting other Mac OS X developers in person is both fun and immensely useful. There's no better way to learn Cocoa or get help with problems than being around other people who are writing Mac software. There are more Cocoa developers in Utah Valley than you might think, and we hope to bring more of us together and add to our ranks.
#import "CocoaHeads.h" id byuch = [[CocoaHeads alloc] initWithLocation:@"Provo, Utah"]; [byuch meetMonthlyOnDay:@"second Thursdays" at:@"BYU" coolTopics:YES]; [byuch postNotification:@"Open membership!" forUsers:ALL_COCOA_USERS];
Meetings & Activities
In keeping with CocoaHeads tradition, we meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month, 7–9 pm, on the campus of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. For a list of past and upcoming meetings, visit our Meetings page.
Our meetings are a mix of informal and interactive presentations, hands on coding, and discussion. Members present on their projects and offer tutorials on various programming topics. Meetings are free and open to the public. Feel free to drop in even if you've never attended or aren't currently using Cocoa. We usually have a few new faces, so don't worry about being the odd one out.
We have a BYU CocoaHeads Google Group which includes a discussion list. If you want to post a job opening, please read our job posting guidelines. We also have groups on LinkedIn and Facebook. Lastly, the worldwide CocoaHeads organization has their own resources, including mailing lists for announcements and discussion.
If you need additional assistance, visit the contact page and we'll get back to you.