Cocoa Design Patterns: The raywenderlich.com Podcast Episode 3

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Episode 3: Cocoa Design Patterns

Episode 3: Cocoa Design Patterns

Good news – episode 3 of the raywenderlich.com podcast is now available! This time we chose the winner of our recent podcast topic poll: Cocoa Design Patterns.

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Here’s what is covered in this episode:

  • News: The name trademarking controversies (from Paper to Candy to the number 53)
  • What’s new in raywenderlich.com: Best new tutorials & big announcement next Monday
  • Tech Talk: Cocoa Design Patterns Discussion

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