September 7th, 2012
Come and learn how to build iPhone Apps!
The dev camp starts at 5:30 Pm and is open to people wanting to learn more about iPhone development, marketing, business models and funding. It features a mix of keynotes and audience events for building both native and web based iPhone Apps.
Who are the speakers?
Jonathan Rasmusson is the author of The Agile Samurai. As a self described teacher who likes to program, Jonathan loves demystifying iPhone application development, and making the complex seem simple. When not coaching his sons’ hockey teams or cycling to work in the throes of a Canadian winter, Jonathan can be found sharing his experiences on iPhone development at his blog, The Agile Warrior.
Paul Thorsteinson likes making great things as CTO at Robots and Pencils. He was the lead on Spy vs Spy which sat at #1 in the App Store for over a week. He loves iOS development, cuddles Ruby on Rails, and once had a relationship with .NET but they split up. You can see his work in Spy vs Spy, Catch the Princess, World Explorer for Minecraft, Deco Windshield (yes they run their entire business on their iPad), Anthm, Own This World and too many other apps. If you ask nicely maybe you can test out his Arduino breath-a-lyzer or his compressed air rocket launcher…
Paul will be talking about Remote debugging tools for native ios apps “PonyDebugger” and Core Data Browser. Come check it out!
Interested in becoming one of the Dev Camp Speakers?
Have awesome topics and ideas?
Contact Michael Sikorsky (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further discussion.
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