Speaking at iPhone Developer Conference!

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When I heard that 360Conferences was putting on an iPhone developer conference I decided to submit a presentation proposal.   360|iDev is organized by 360Conferences whose principals John Wilker and Tom Ortega have been putting on the 360|Flex Conferences. Ever been to a 360|Flex Conference? If you haven’t and you’re coming to 360|iDev you are in for a treat! John and Tom have been terrific at helping to build a strong developer community around Flex. And now I expect they will do the same for iPhone developers. How? Well, 360Conferences are different. They are organized by Tom and John, developers who are active in the Flex developer community and are now active in the iPhone developer community. 360Conferences are conferences put on by developers for developers! They know what developers want at a developer’s conference (besides good food and beer). And they give a portion of their profits back to the community! So if you’re an iPhone developer come and experience the 360Conferences difference! Whether you’re new to iPhone development or a pro with apps in the AppStore 360|iDev will have value for you. And if you’re looking to find new iPhone developer talent this will be a good place to be.  The speakers, developers, and business people I’ve met at 360Flex Conferences (360|Flex Atlanta in 2007 and 360|Flex San Jose in 2008 ) have been friendly, open, and willing to share their knowledge. Don’t miss the iPhone developer conference 360|iDev March 2 – 4, 2009 in San Jose, California! Hope to see you there!

~ by Danton on January 22, 2009.

4 Responses to “Speaking at iPhone Developer Conference!”

  1. I will see you there! I too, am a staunch supporter of 360|iDev conferences. I understand that you will be speaking, I look forward to hearing your talk!

  2. Great! I know you will get a lot out of the conference. Look forward to meeting you!

  3. thank you! I really liked this post!

  4. Wanted to say hello
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