Stanford student Luke Ekkizogloy is writing an iPhone app that controls the lights in his house, but he has bigger dreams. "I have what everyone has in mind, and that's to make money," Ekkizogloy told Ekkizogloy, like many other students enrolled in Stanford's iPhone programming class, is aiming to strike it rich by selling software through Apple's prolific iPhone App Store, which surpassed one billion downloads last week. Stanford is so serious about training the next army of iPhone developers that the tech-savvy university hired Evan Doll, a senior iPhone engineer for Apple, to teach CS193P--a computer science course...

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