June 1, 2011 in iOS Development (E)
[prMac.com] Melbourne, Australia - MacTalk co-founder and editor, Anthony Agius, has announced his first post-MacTalk project, after deciding to sell MacTalk in early March.
One More Thing is an iOS developer conference being held in Melbourne, on the 13th of August, 2011. It will showcase Australia's leading independent iOS developers, giving attendees an opportunity to learn from their stories, and apply them to their own App Store careers.
Marc Edwards - Bjango (Consume, iStat) - Melbourne
Matt Comi - Big Bucket Software (The Incident, TV Forecast) - Perth
David Fumberger - Collect3 (Spout, Video Stream) - Melbourne
Daniel Kagan - Lookout Mobile (Aussie Rules Live) - Melbourne
Russell Ivanovic - Shifty Jelly (Pocket Weather AU, Pocket Casts) - Adelaide
James Cuda - Savage Interactive (Procreate, Sorted) - Hobart
Jeff Tan-Ang - Apps Perhaps (OzTV) - Melbourne
Jason Morrissey - Alien Blue - Melbourne
Galvin Scott Davis - Blind Mice Studios (Ask the Butcher & Upsies) - Sydney
Simon Joslin - The Voxel Agents (Train Conductor) - Melbourne
Danny Gorog - Outware (Snap Send Solve, Shop Ethical) - Melbourne
The aim of this conference is to give an insight into how Australian developers are achieving success on the App Store, and forging full-time jobs and careers out of cultivating their ideas and publishing their creations on Apple's App Store.
One More Thing 2011 will be held Saturday 13th August, 2011 at Revolt Theatre, Kensington, Victoria.
Anthony Agius is the co-founder and editor at MacTalk - Australia's largest Apple related online community since 2004. Beginning in 2007 he has been a co-host on the popular MacTalk podcast, a weekly chat with his fellow Apple enthusiasts. You may also remember Anthony as having waited outside the Sydney Apple store for its grand opening in 2008. He then travelled to New York in 2009 to purchase sixteen iPads for himself and his Apple loving mates - two months before the Australian release. In February 2011, he decided to sell MacTalk, a move that received attention from the media including SmartCompany and the Sydney Morning Herald. As of May 2011, a buyer has been found and the sale process is continuing. You can find him on Twitter - @decryption. Copyright (C) 2011 Anthony Agius. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.