Palm Offers Low-Cost Teaching Materials to Schools
Today Palm launched its Campus Developer Program, which offers Palm-developed curriculum materials at a greatly reduced cost to colleges and high schools teaching students how to develop software for the Palm platform. The program is available to any college or school offering a for-credit Palm OS class as part of their computer science curriculum. Participants pay $1,000 for a one-year license.
Universities and high schools will be able to offer classes in Palm OS programming essentials and communications, development of Palm conduits for Windows, and advanced debugging and testing. Colleges and high schools will have rights to use the same Palm OS developer training materials as corporate developers.
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