In one of my first blog entries here I wrote about my interest in learning to code in Objective C as a result of my devoted adoration of Apple and their products. Since then I have been going through my Objective C 2.0 book (written by Stephen Kochan) and struggled a bit with understanding some of the more abstract concepts. I reached about 60% of the way through the book when I put it down and decided to find some other means of learning Objective C while playing to my strengths for learning. I had come across some tutorials hosted by Cocoa Dev Central and Theocacao and read through a few of them. I found the tutorials to be quite informative but lacking in information about programming directly for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Then it came to my attention that Stanford University was offering an iPhone development course and was going to be provided copies of the lecture slides and video recorded lectures via their website and iTunes. Although the videos themselves are long (and large in size, about 500-600 MB each and an hour in length) I have gone through the first lecture and half of the second lecture and I think I finally found the material I have been looking for, for learning Objective C for the iPhone!