NZ’s Mobile Developer Conference

Building or selling mobile apps? Dev? Designer? UX? Marketing? iOS coder? Web designer? Windows 8 entrepreneur? Android expert? You are devmob. Come to the only conference in New Zealand for everyone who is pushing the limits of mobile platforms.

Devmob 2014 will be in November in the great city of Wellington. We are working on the details including the exact weekend and venue. Details will be posted here as soon as they’re available!

“I have just had the best weekend of my life…I went there to make contacts, find work experience and to learn, I came out with that and much, much more!”
—Sam Jarman, iOS freelance developer, on NZiDev 2010

In 2010 and 2011, we were NZiDev and ran two crazy events for 150 iOS developers. But we noticed that, amidst the iOS folks, we had Windows and Web and Android people too. So in 2012 we threw the door open, and you responded! 2012′s devmob in Auckland saw 140 iOS, Windows, HTML5, and Android developers sharing code and approaches.

No Agenda Necessary

Once again the conference will be run in the unique BarCamp style by (un)conference guru Nathan Torkington. You set the agenda, you run the show.

Still run by developers for developers

Sessions topics reflect the interests of the people who attend. Find experts, share your experiences, demo your projects, find collaborators, maybe even hire or be hired. Driven by passionate developers, last year’s devmob covered everything from security and encryption, to start up myths, app store economics, marketing and interface design.

The 2013 devmob is already shaping up to be a great one with Thiago Almeida and Hannes Nel of Microsoft set to talk about push notifications, BizSpark app development, and Bluetooth with Windows8; Karl von Randow sharing his secret tips and tricks to building a great app; Sam McEwan and Jin Budelmann giving their “Magical Talk” and discussing the Nook; and Julius Spencer and Josh Burton on considerations when developing for Android. Register Now to access the full session board and start putting up your ideas for sessions.

The Details

16 + 17th of November, 9am start.
St Margaret’s College
333 Leith Street
Dunedin

Regular registration is $120 for 2 days, $65 for one. Register before Nov 10 and get the early-bird discounts (lowering prices to $100/$55).