In 1938, Lee Harris, opened the first automobile garage in the small town of Clifton, Wisconsin.
He built a successful business by doing quality work and always putting his customers first.
A new incarnation of Clifton Garage was established in 2013 by Nick Harris, Lee’s grandson, to both honor Lee
as well as uphold the work ethic and commitment to customers that made his business a success.
Nick has over a dozen years of professional software development experience dating back to 2001. He has released both consumer and enterprise software on a wide variety of platforms including Apple iOS, Microsoft Azure and Windows Desktop. Software that he has written has been used to power highly reliable components of major media sites, connect employees of Fortune 500 companies as well as families and has entertained tens of thousands of mobile users.
Nick also enjoys giving back to the developer community. He has been a speaker at the very popular 360|iDev iOS developer conference as well as sponsoring iOS Dev Camp Colorado and most recently a project team for the inaugural App Camp for Girls Seattle.
Beginning iOS Programming - Building and Deploying iOS Applications
Beginning iOS Programming is an excellent introduction to building and deploying iOS applications using a real world example. The reader is walked through building a real world app called “Bands”. It takes the reader from a detailed introduction to Objective-c, to building out each feature, cumulating in submitting the final app to the Apple App Store.
Beginning iOS Programming is available in both print and eBook from:
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