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Contest: Win a Pass to the iPhone App Workshop

Do you have an awesome idea for the next great iPhone application? Or maybe a funny or creative concept that would look hilarious on the touch screen? Here's your chance to make it a reality.

blogTO and the Rich Media Institute, Toronto's arts-centric digital media playground and learning center, have teamed up to send one lucky (and creative) blogTO reader to the iPhone Application Development for Flash Developers ($399 value).

If you're a developer with some experience programming in Flash and ActionScript, all you need to do is tell us one brilliant or hilarious idea for an iPhone app, and you could be going to this weekend's workshop on us!

The iPhone Application Development Workshop is an opportunity for budding developers to burst onto the scene, learn about iPhone SDK and earn an RMI Certificate from the Rich Media Institute.

The workshop will introduce both the design and programming elements of creating and deploying applications for the iPhone, and will cover the Objective-C programming language, X Code, Interface Builder, and the iPhone emulator... allowing you to make brilliant apps like the cheese grater above (or perhaps something more useful).

How to Enter:

Post a comment below, anytime BEFORE Friday, December 5th at 10am, describing a unique idea for an iPhone application of your own invention.

Friday afternoon, we'll award one especially creative/funny inventor with a full workshop pass to this weekend's iPhone Application Development for Flash Developers!

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Prize Info:

Date: December 7th - December 8th, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm (~8 classroom hours a day)
Instructor: Echo Mobile
Value: $399
Location: Rich Media Institute - Toronto (156 Augusta Avenue, Toronto)

Please note: The workshop requires some experience programming in Flash and ActionScript, and you must have an Apple computer running the latest Mac OSX (Leopard) that is capable of having the iPhone SDK installed on it.

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