Zevrix Solutions announces that its file transfer solution Deliver is available at 50% off on MacUpdate promo on June 24 only. Deliver supports FTP, Amazon S3, MobileMe, WebDAV and other remote and local services, and offers automatic e-mail notifications, delivery to multiple destinations, file encryption and compression, and other powerful capabilities. The software also lets users send output files and collected jobs directly from Adobe InDesign.
The Final Cut Pro User Group Network have announced that the London FCPUG SuperMeet will return to the Great Hall at the Kensington Conference and Event Centre in London, England on Thursday, 23 June, 2011. This SuperMeet follows the blinding success of the recent Las Vegas FCPUG SuperMeet held in April during NAB Show 2011 where Apple presented the worldwide exclusive sneak preview of Final Cut Pro X. Tickets are on sale now.
TaleSpring announces an easy-to-use, online platform for anyone with a story to tell, and publish that story to the iPad and iPhone for 50% off in June. TaleSpring provides an online authoring tool that enables non-technical authors to create their own animated ebooks. Storytellers can do it themselves, or hire TaleSpring to do it for them. TaleSpring’s marketing efforts are currently focused on children’s books, but any genre is allowed.
The Loop Business Expo & iZone Expo, the only Apple-related Exposition for Business users, is on June 1, 2011 at the Emabassy Suites at Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. Admission is free to the event if you are considering becoming an Apple business end-user. The Expo is a day full of keynote speakers, seminars, and round table discussions. It includes an Exhibitor Technology Fair with over 50 vendors from the industry showcasing their latest business solutions for all Apple platorms.
About Objects has announced additional dates for public classes on iPhone and iPad development in May and June. The courses cover ANSI C, Objective-C, and iOS SDK programming, and will be held at the company’s Reston, VA headquarters, as well as near the Apple campus in Cupertino, CA. The company helps instructors and students stay in touch through an invitation-only social networking site, providing updated lab exercises and examples after the training has ended.
About Objects is set to offer an updated version of its popular iPhone development training course that now includes full coverage of iPad development. The new 5-day course, Introduction to iPhone and iPad Development, is part of a series that’s proven popular with developers from such companies as Apple, eBay, Genentech, Intuit, Raytheon, NASA, and Yahoo!. Classes have been scheduled in Cupertino, CA June 5-11, and in Reston, VA, July 12-23.