Looks like everything is shaping up for the August 14-16 iPhone Boot Camp workshop in New York City. I'll be teaching at the SL Conference center which is at 352 7th avenue. That's just a short walk from Penn Station for those of you who live upstate or in northern New Jersey.
If you're interested, you can sign up here.
The "What you will learn?" section on that page is fairly accurate, although I'm probably going to remove the discussion of SQLite, or at least reduce it in favor of Core Data. Now that we have Core Data, I think you'd be insane to use SQLite directly. There may be other minor tweaks to the syllabus, but I won't be drastically changing the basic flow of the class which is a tried and proven formula at this point.
If you are interested in taking the workshop and have not already signed up for Apple's iPhone SDK program, I would suggest you do so. It's not required for the class, but there may be a few exercises that you won't be able to test because they use hardware-specific features not supported in the simulator. I'll also be available after hours to help you with setting up your certificates and provisioning so you can run programs on your iPhone or iPod Touch, a process that can be a little daunting.
Note: If you are interested in taking this workshop, be aware that there is an early bird pricing option that will expire in seven days. Also, to ensure a good experience, the workshop does have limited capacity. As of this morning, four slots had already been taken.