Voices That Matter: iPhone Developers Conference (VTM: iPhone)

Venue: Bell Harbor International Conference Center

Location: Seattle, Washington, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 24, 2010 End Date/Time: Apr 25, 2010
Registration Date: Apr 25, 2010
Early Registration Date: Mar 12, 2010
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Learn from Industry Leaders Who Are Writing the Books on iPhone OS Development

Technology hasn't simply advanced over the last decade, it has erupted! Devices like the iPhone, iPod touch and the new iPad have given techies, as well as everyday consumers, something to talk about.

In less than two years, developers have leveraged the iPhone OS to create more than 100,000 applications, ranging from games to apps for medical imaging and social networking. The iPhone and iPod touch have breathed new life into application development, and have brought thousands of new developers to the Mac platform. Who doesn't want to be a part of this exciting and potentially lucrative world?

Join us in Seattle, April 24-25, as leading authors and experts come together with enthusiastic application developers at the Voices That Matter: iPhone Developers Conference. These experts are eager to share their knowledge and answer your questions about all the devices supported by the iPhone OS, including the iPhone and the iPad. You'll participate in interactive discussions that provide the perfect environment for an unbiased and effective learning experience.

This engaging two-day event features how-to sessions covering the latest, most intriguing news in application development for the iPhone and the iPad. We'll delve into topics including:

  • Killer User Interfaces for iPhone OS Devices
  • Core Animation
  • iPhone OS Game Programming
  • Audio and OpenAL
  • Core Data for the iPhone OS
  • Memory Management
  • Xcode
  • And many other timely and compelling discussions. Stay tuned!

    • What Past Attendees Had to Say
      The Voices That Matter: iPhone Developers Conference received high accolades and tremendous feedback when it premiered last fall. Our attendees said:

      "Awesome content, perfect size to be able to speak with presenters."

      "The keynotes were exceptional and inspiring...all of the speakers were great."

      "Networking was excellent. Very good concentration of talented presenters and attendees."

      "The conference exceeded my expectations. It was intimate, informal, inspirational and fun. The quality of the speakers was as promised: Voices That Matter."

      "The conference met my expectations. I was hoping for a serious, iPhone-only conference and that's what I got."

      We hold ourselves to the highest of standards when we put together our events, and this conference will be no exception! This April in Seattle, we will deliver a program and experience that will surpass expectations. We hope to see you there and can't wait to learn which components of the conference you find most beneficial!

      Learn More
      Complete this form to receive updates as the conference program is finalized. We'll keep you abreast of the latest developments as we announce the complete conference schedule including topics, keynote presenters, session speakers and networking activities.

      If you have any questions you'd like answered in the meantime, please contact conference manager Barbara Gavin. Send an e-mail to barbara.gavin@pearson.com or call (617) 848-7026.


Additional Information

Pricing and Registration Early Bird Price $495 Until March 12, 2010 Regular Price $695 After March 12, 2010 What's Included? Your conference registration includes admission to all education and networking sessions, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks, a conference guide, and access to speakers' slides. Payment Methods Credit Card: Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted. Special Pricing For groups of three or more from the same organization registering for a package that includes the core conference, a $200 discount is available off each group member’s fee. Faculty, staff and students affiliated with accredited institutions of learning are entitled to a $200 discount off the core conference fees. To obtain special pricing, current faculty or student ID is required. You must be at least 16 years old to participate. Please contact Barbara Gavin (617-848-7026) for more information.