360|iDev to be Held This April for iPhone Development Community

Wed, Mar 17, 2010

Events, Industry, iPhone, Mobile

360|iDev, a conference for the iPhone development community, will be held in San Jose, California from April 11th to April 14th.

The TriplePoint client recently released all of the important details concerning the event, which you can find below:

Where: eBay Town Hall, San Jose CA

When: Sunday, April 11 to Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Who It’s For: iPhone OS developers, entrepreneurs, and executives with any level of experience

Who’s There: High-Profile Speakers Including:
• Rod Strougo – Creating a Physics Game in 40 minutes with Cocos2D and Box2D)
• Michael Schneider – Legal Issues in iPhone Development (always popular!)
• Jay Freeman AKA Saurik – Data Analysis of the Mobile Market: Lessons Learned
• Michael Margolis & Ramon Yvarra – Designing iPhone Apps for Brands
• Nathan Eror – Harnessing Core Animation
• Brent Simmons – Best Practices for Developing Content Apps
• Opening Keynote by geoDefense creator David Whatley

Conference Tracks:
• Development Tips, Tricks and Stories
• Sights, Sounds and Interactions
• Business Side of iPhone Development
• Hands-On Sessions (Taking place Sunday, included in the price of registration)

“We saw a 30% increase in attendance at our September show in Denver over the first conference in San Jose, and the feedback from attendees was spectacular,” said John Wilker, co-founder of 360|Conferences, via a company press release. “Our motto may be ‘organizing events that DON’T SUCK,’ but if 360|iDev in April is as phenomenal as we expect it to be, we might have to change that to ‘organizing events that KICK ASS.’”

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