Where to go after "Getting Started"?

Apprentice
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I have read through the "Getting Started" documents on Apple's web site, but I'm wondering what I should read next. There's the "iPhone OS Programming Guide", "Cocoa Fundamentals Guide" and "Object-Oriented Programming with Objective-C". I know I should read all 3, but I wanted to know which order I should read them so as to get the most out of them. I haven't done any development on my Mac for about 3 years, so I'm a little rusty on my programming skills. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Post: #2
I would start with the cocoa fundamentals guide then the OOP one

Kyle Richter
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I'd instead start with OOP, then Cocoa Fundamentals. Either way, make sure that you read iPhone programming after that, since it assumes that you already know these two fundamentals.
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Apprentice
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Well, looks like Apple is pulling a little trick and revised some of their documents today, replacing the "iPhone OS Programming Guide" with the "iPhone Development Guide".
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I finally found my answer on Apple's site. It seems to recommend reading Cocoa Fundamentals first.
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