Mike Laurence’s slides for Core Resource are now available!
The sessions page has been update with links to the presenter slides. The links are also below for your convenience:
If you missed the first iPadDevCamp Chicago — or you attended and want more ASAP — check out Shoaib Hannani’s iPadDevCamp Chicago running from May 21-23 at IIT. Shoaib’s event has no affiliation with our event, but I’ve been in contact with Shoaib and he has big things planned.
(Preemptively answering the most frequently asked question I hear: Shoaib’s event will have a completely different lineup of speakers and sessions than did our event.)
Chicago CocoaHeads (CAWUG) and NSCoder
Meets downtown semi-monthly
Meets every Tuesday
Didn’t get into WWDC? Don’t worry, this is better! Dates and registration are announced on Twitter.
Now that I’ve recovered from running iPadDevCamp, I am happy to announce the winners of the Hackathon!
|Enterprise||Steve Hill and Matt Wojtowicz||Form Creator|
|Entertainment||Pek Pongpaet and Ravi Singh||Quotables|
|Social||Nathan Uno and Josh Weinberg||TenPointOh|
Congratulations to all of our winners!
Stand Alone was the first company to offer sponsorship for iPadDevCamp Chicago, for which we are immensely grateful. Stand Alone is best known for its popular Crosswords game for the iPhone and iPad. It also created two applications that should be of interest to software developers: Beacon, an iPhone client for the Lighthouse issue tracking system, and Satchel, an iPhone client for 37signals’ Backpack service.
We were ecstatic when Pathfinder Development offered to sponsor iPadDevCamp Chicago. Pathfinder is not only a great success story as a Chicago technology firm, but for years it has been sharing its success by generously contributing to the Chicago software development community.
Companies hire Pathfinder to design, develop and deliver software products faster, cheaper and better than they can do themselves. And they also hire Pathfinder to teach big, traditional IT firms how to be nimble, fast and customer focused across all their software product development activities. Pathfinder works with clients ranging from early stage start-ups to Fortune 5 companies across a wide array of industries.
iPadDevCamp Chicago brings together Chicago's finest iPad, iPhone, and Mac developers to learn, share ideas, and develop applications for Apple's iPhoneOS using the native SDK and web solutions.
April 30 to May 2
200 S Wacker Dr, Chicago
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