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Release Notes

A conference by the creators of the Release Notes podcast. Unlike many other developer conferences, Release Notes focuses on everything else you need to know to build a business around iOS and Mac development. The inaugural conference will be held this October in Indianapolis, IN and will feature some of the most experienced entrepreneurs and leaders in our community. The speaker lineup includes podcaster, Myke Hurley, prolific iOS developer, David Smith, Georgia Dow from iMore and many more.

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