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Daniel Steinberg, Podcaster, author, editor, trainer, and developer at Dim Sum Thinking

 Daniel  Steinberg

Daniel Steinberg is a podcaster, author, editor, trainer, and developer at Dim Sum Thinking. He is the editor for the new series of Mac Developer titles for the Pragmatic Programmers. He writes feature articles for Apple's ADC web site and is a regular contributor to Mac Devcenter. He has presented at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, MacWorld, MacHack and other Mac developer conferences. Daniel has produced podcasts for Apple featuring the work of developers and scientists working on the platform. He has coauthored books on Apple's Bonjour technology as well as on Java Programming and using Extreme Programming in Software Engineering classes.

Daniel spends as much time as possible hanging out with his wife and daughter, and misses Elena more than he could ever say.

Presentation: "Core Animation on the iPhone"

Time: Friday 12:15 - 13:15

Location: Sterling Room


Loving your iPhone? Ever wonder how they do that beautiful animated UI? Of course! Developers love to take stuff apart and see how it works. Come to this talk and see how animation works on the iPhone. Core Animation is the tech behind these animated UI's. In this talk we will cover the big picture of how Core Animation works and then look at some code to see how to build your own elegantly animating user interfaces for the iPhone.

Presentation: "Developer Workshop Intermediate: iPad"

Time: Friday 14:15 - 18:00

Location: Sterling Room 1


The iPad is a different type of device. It's not just a bigger iPhone. In this session, you'll build on your experience creating iPhone apps and see what's new about targeting the iPad. You will leave this tutorial with some experience in using the new iPad templates and working with the new iPad APIs. You'll see how multitouch and view management are different on this larger display.