The conference that I help run, /dev/world/2018, is selling tickets!
We have amazing keynotes from the following people:
- A Software Engineer from Savage Interactive, creators of hit iPad art app, Procreate
- Quentin Zervaas, creator of Apple Design Award winning app, Streaks
- Richard Moss, author of The Secret History of Mac Gaming
And we have workshops!
- Quality assurance and testing fundamentals for small teams
- Refactoring a horrible codebase guided by tests
- Adding AI to your applications with TensorFlow Lite for iOS
- Property Based Testing in Swift
- UX for Developers
- xcodebuild for fun and profit
- Accelerated App Development Using CloudKit: Idea to Featured in a Week
- Ada on an iPad?
- Batteries and Locks: Modern Tech from Ancient Times
- Build your own synthesiser
- Building Frameworks Natively in Swift
- Dancing with Attitude – Building experiences with CoreMotion
- Designing for iOS: Resources You Gotta Know
- Fun with fudge factors: prototyping vague things
- How to go from bad practice to best practice
- How To Make It Look Like You Know What You Are Doing
- Let’s settle this UI/UX thing once and for all
- Machine Learning …without the Machine
- Making a visual novel in HyperCard
- Mis-using Bluetooth wristbands to enhance cognitive accessibility of an app for inpatients with severe brain injuries
- Performance Tips & Tricks with Unity on iOS
- Push Notifications and the Limits of Innovation
- Rewriting Alamofire: Into the Core
- SIL for First Time Learners
- Solving the Massive App Problem: Rearchitecting a 5 year old codebase
- State Machines are your friend
- Structuring Your Code with the Model-View-Presenter pattern
- Swift, for Objective-C OGs
- The State of MVC
- There And Back Again with the Roundtrip App
- Tools for testing, logging, and analytics-ing your code
- VIPER for iOS
We’ll also have a dinner keynote, during our famous quiz, from Paul Fenwick! It’s going to be amazing! Grab a ticket?
The iOS, macOS, Swift, and general Apple development conference that I help run, /dev/world is looking for presenters! We’ve opened the CFP for our 11th event (we’ve been going for 11 years! That’s nuts!) and we’re very excited.
If you have a good idea for a talk, please send it our way! I might wear my space suit again.
Way back in 2008 I spoke at the first edition of a little conference called /dev/world… it was a great experience, and one that really helped me find my feet in the software development community, and especially in the Apple technology community. It was fabulous.
Screenshot of my original blog from when I first attended the first /dev/world, in 2008.
I spoke at every /dev/world from then on, up to and including 2012, and since then I’ve been helping my friend Tony Gray run the conference (along with Tim Nugent, Jon Manning, and a few other ne’er-do-wells). /dev/world/2017 will be the 10th edition of /dev/world, and I couldn’t be more excited.
We’ve got an amazing lineup of presenters, including keynotes from Sal Soghoian (former head of user automation at Apple, including AppleScript and Automator), Marc Edwards, Russell Ivanovic, Jake MacMullin, and Matt Gallagher, and talks on everything from accessibility to ARKit to Swift Promises to Unity 3D. Early bird tickets are available at devworld.com.au for the rest of this week!
/dev/world totally changed my professional life, and we’ve worked hard to create a programme for the 10th /dev/world that’s deserving of the legacy and name! Join us?
/dev/world/2016 tickets are now on sale! /dev/world is a fabulous iOS and OS X (and associated ecosystem) developer conference that played no small part in kickstarting many parts of my career, and for the last few years I’ve been helping to organise the event.
/dev/world/2016 runs in Melbourne on August 29-31, 2016. The conference covers developing on and for iOS and OS X, using Swift to Objective-C, and everything in between. We’re selling our best-priced early bird tickets right now over at devworld.com.au
We’ll be announcing more and more sessions, workshops, and feature presentations over the coming week. I’d love to see you in Melbourne! Let me know if you have any questions, or would like to sponsor the event.
If you’re interested in learning iOS development (iPad & iPhone) and might find yourself in Melbourne in July this year, look no further than Secret Lab’s iOS Developer Lab.
We’re running our hugely popular iOS training on July 27, 28 and 29 in the Melbourne (Australia) CBD. The three days of intensive training is designed for existing programmers (of any type) and will run from 10AM to 4:30PM each day.
Early Bird registration is now open. For more info head over to our registration page right now!
Use the discount code PARIS for 5% off!
Any questions? Email me!