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An essential iOS app for anyone attending WWDC. Parties for WWDC is an aggregator of parties and events happening in San Francisco during the week of WWDC. Beyond the conference itself, WWDC is an opportunity for developers socialise, and so countless events are organised to give attendees a space to meet. Parties for WWDC makes sure you don't miss out on any of the events, from parties and presentations to meet ups and hikes, by listing events my day and location, and providing all the information you need to register and attend.
An unofficial app for macOS, that lets you watch WWDC sessions on your Mac and do much more. WWDC for macOS shows the schedule for all of this year's sessions which will be live streamed, ready to watch when they go live. You also get searchable access to all videos from previous years. You can search by session titles, descriptions, and phrases from what the presenter said, so you can jump right to the point in the session where your searched word/phrase appears. Text transcripts are provided by ASCIIWWDC so you can see and search through the text while watching the videos.
An easy way to connect with fellow developers during WWDC. WWDC.family is a group on LINE HERE organised by Felix Krause that lets people heading to San Francisco for WWDC broadcast their location to other attendees with the aim of helping people spontaneously meet nearby developers or join other groups. But don't worry, you can disable sharing of your location in the LINE HERE app while still being able to see all the other developers so your can still stay private when you need to.
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.
A conference focused on high quality programming tutorials from the teams at raywenderlich.com and raywenderlich.com Podcast. RWDevCon is a multi-track conference with beginner tutorials covering topics like Swift, Auto Layout and Core Data; advanced tutorials covering topics like functional programming and Cloud Kit; and other non-technical inspirational talks.
A touring training conference for iPhone, iPad, and Mac developers. Each CocoaConf event typically runs over 2 to 3 days with countless sessions across multiple tracks run by some of the best thought leaders, authors, and professional iOS and OS X developers. As CocoaConf is a touring conference there is more chance you'll find an event in a location near you, but they are popular events so you'll have to register early. The CocoaConf team also recently announced that they will be running a special conference next spring, inspired by the name of the latest release of OS X, in Yosemite National Park. Yosemite by CocoaConf will feature some of the most-loved members of the Apple community and opportunities to get out and enjoy the beautiful park with hikes and photo walk.
An indie iOS developer conference held in Denver, Colorado. 360|iDev typically has upwards of 40 sessions over the corse of three days, and includes a fourth pre conference day of hands on labs, free for attendees. The 2014 conference has already happened but all the session videos have been posted DRM free on the website to watch and download. This year's conference is scheduled for August and will feature talks from Jay Freeman, Mike Lee, Kyle Richter and many more. Also check out [360|iDev min], a smaller conference scheduled for October that focuses on code.
A conference for iOS and OS X developers, designers and enthusiasts that is less about the code and more about the big-picture issues in the industry. Çingleton is brought to you by Guy English, Scott Morrison and Luc Vandal and will be taking place in Montréal, Québec. The conference is small so tickets are constrained but videos of each of the talks from previous years have been posted on Vimeo. Speakers for this year include Adam Engst, Jean MacDonald, Allen Pike, Laura Savino and more to be announced.