posted message: Hello, everybody! This is a support group for all self-learners that want to learn how to make iPhone applications. We can share links and sources of inspiration. Additionally, we can meet up online as well, share and correct each other's code in a supportive environment ;-)
posted message: Hello everybody. If you are a subscriber and have been waiting to participate for a while, that wait is now over. Recent changes to the university mean that you can now add yourself as a participant and join us! Press the "participate" button on the left-hand sidebar (under "People"). We are looking forwards to meeting up with you - and reading your blogs.
posted message: Good job on the blog aggregator, @Pippa. Subscribed. You'll have to show me how to do that Pipe-y thing.
posted message: I've added a couple of extra people to participate in the study group. I know we are feeling it out still, but are we limiting participant numbers? Is there a rationale as to why some people have /not/ yet been added? I know that some followers will feel frustrated by the waiting, and I would rather add more people than not. I am aware that there could be issues with scale - but we can talk about that.
posted message: Ah! That would be why, lol.
posted message: Hi everybody, have I missed the Friday meeting - or are we not having one this week?
posted message: Excellent meeting today.
posted message: @Pippa I'm proposing a date next weekend - this weekend may not be enough notice for the group. Speaking to each other on a weekly basis can help this to "feel" real - I have a sense that we are all waiting for something to happen. Let's use Voxli for voice ( and TitanPad for live typing ( I can show you how to use these tools if you are unfamiliar - message me. Suggested agenda: 1. Introducing Myself 2. About My Blog 3. Why write? This is a brilliant syllabus foundation > I can organise the times but perhaps you should - let me know before the weekend. If it's time sensitive, grab me on Twitter.
posted message: Are we going to meet online? The best study group experiences I had were with Karen [Entrepreneurial Marketing] and Matt [PHP for beginners]. Once a week met in a chat room. It really helps to foster a strong sense of group identity. Plus, we could all do little experiments in live writing and /talk/ about our ideas. What do you think? I know that would be helpful - and encouraging - to me.