Objective-Cologne: An International Cocoa Conference in Cologne, Germany

in iOS Development (F)

[prMac.com] Kerpen, Germany - Pomcast.biz announces the launch of the website for the upcoming developer conference in Cologne, Germany. For years, "StuFF mc" have had this in his mind: Organize his own Cocoa Developer Conference in Beautiful Cologne, in the middle of Europe. As awesome as many other conferences are, they always had that one thing being the problem. Either too far, not organized by a community guy, not in English, not enough international, or, so on.

So he finally made it. It's on our website and tickets are available right now for 400 Euro + VAT (that's approximately $625.00 USD. This price doesn't include your flight or accommodation, but it does include lunch on both days, and even a dinner on the first day.

Objective-Cologne: Schedule
Day 1
09:00 - Welcome & Registration
10:00 - Keynote: Mike Lee "WWSJD: What Would Steve Jobs Do?"
10:45 - Break
11:00 - Ortwin Gentz "iOS 5 UIAppearance possibilities and beyond"
11:45 - Break
12:00 - Ken Aspeslagh "Debug Like a Rockstar Ninja Jedi Master"
12:45 - Lunch
13:45 - Alexander Repty "User Interface Testing Using UIAutomation"
14:30 - Break
14:45 - Wordcrafts "Efficiently avoiding the pitfalls in localization"
15:30 - Break
16:00 - Panel with the speakers of Day 1
17:00 - End of Day 1
19:00 - Conference Dinner

Day 2
09:00 - Keynote Session TBA
09:45 - Break
10:00 - Drew McCormack "In Virtual Company: Going it Alone in Software"
10:45 - Break
11:00 - Nicolas Zinovieff "Video: Man, it's not THAT complicated!"
11:45 - Break
12:00 - Ken Aspeslagh "Debug Like a Rockstar Ninja Jedi Master"
12:45 - Lunch
13:45 - Jason Harris "Designing, Marketing and Distributing iOS Peripherals"
14:30 - Break
14:45 - LATENiTESOFT "Working for a big name"
15:30 - Break
16:00 - Panel with the speakers of Day 2
17:00 - End of Day 2

As you can see a pretty packed scheduled, with always at least 15 minutes break so the attendees can connect with each other.

After having done contracting in iOS Development since the launch of the iPhone SDK back in 2008, Pomcast.biz finally launched its first Indie Mac App called Disk Alarm. This app, which should be the start of a series of Mac and iOS Apps, will monitor your hard drive and alert you whenever it reached a predefined (by you) free space. Copyright (C) 2012 Pomcast.biz. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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