Friday, July 12, 2013 at 5:00 PM - Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 5:00 PM (PDT)
Mountain View, CA
Who: Developers, designers, entrepreneurs for iOS.
What: 3-day weekend event, in the format of past iPhoneDevCamps and iPadDevCamp.
When: July 12-14, 2013
Where: Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA.
Why: We love the developer community!
How: It will cost a small amount to attend, with additional event costs offset by sponsors.
The event is inspired by BarCamp, SuperHappyDevHouse, and MacHack, to develop Cocoa Touch and Web-based applications for Apple's iOS. This follows the previous events - iOSDevCamp 2011-2012 at PayPal in San Jose, iPadDevCamp at PayPal in San Jose, and iPhoneDevCamp events held at Adobe Systems in San Francisco, July 2007 and August 2008, Yahoo! in 2009. Out-of-town guests are welcome.
Attendees will include iOS developers, web developers, UI designers, entrepreneurs and testers, all working together over the weekend. Development projects will include both solo and team efforts. While some attendees will wish to work solo during the event, we encourage attendees to team up, based on expertise, to work in ad-hoc project development teams. All attendees should be prepared to work on a development project during the event.
Attendees will be able to:
- Create new applications for iOS.
- Migrate Mac OS X applications to iOS.
- Test and optimize applications for iOS.
The event will feature:
- Meetup Time on Friday with Refreshments
- Catered Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner on Saturday and Sunday
- Open Mic for Questions
- Ad Hoc Sessions by Participants
- Late Saturday Gaming
- Hackathon Contest
- Everyone Leaves with Something
We are committed to staying not-for-profit; all charges will go toward the production of iOSDevCamp, and the organizers don't make a cent. The organizers are Dom Sagolla, Christopher Allen, and Jennifer Holmes. We are currently seeking:
When & Where
iOSDevCamp is a not-for-profit developer event for iOS, encouraging development using both the native SDK and web standards. The event format is "unconference" or Barcamp-style, featuring content from the participants themselves.