Australia's longest-running conference for macOS and iOS developers and designers, /dev/world/2017, returns to Melbourne for its tenth year! We've been working for years to build a community that also welcomes tinkerers, artists and scientists. Software isn't just about making money with in-app purchasescome and see a wider world. /dev/world/2017 workshops run on Monday, 28 August 2017, followed by the conference on Tuesday, 29 August 2017, and Wednesday, 30 August 2017.
- Sal Soghoian
- Marc Edwards (Bjango)
- Russell Ivanovic (Shifty Jelly)
- Matt Gallagher (Cocoa With Love)
- Jake MacMullin (Stripy Sock)
- Accelerating Your Development Workflow with React Native
- Accessibility: Why are we still talking about this?
- Add Intelligence to Your Next App with Cloud Services
- Building a mobile app with React Native and Node.js
- Building Better Views
- Building highly successful mobile apps and teams
- Designers are from Mars, developers are from Venus
- Designing Opinionated Apps
- How to succeed as a Red Shirt without even dying
- Inside Macintosh
- Intro to Promises with Swift
- Living With App Transport Security
- Making your mark in the Open Source Community
- Massive View Controller, who are you and what have you done to my architecture?
- No Excuses: Continuous Integration in 25 minutes
- Oops, I cracked it again!
- Rapid mobile app development using web technology
- Smart machines are waking up in your pocket
- Stability Through Rapid Growth
- Stack all the things! A deep dive into UIStackView
- The World Beyond the Phone: Exploring ARKit
- What The Hell, What Do You Mean I Have A Personal Brand?!
Workshops will run the day before the conference begins, on Monday, 28 August 2017, and are included with all tickets.
- Automation workshop with Sal Soghoian
- iOS app checkup
- Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) for iOS
- Into to Game Development with Unity 3D
- Building Reactive Apps
- Technical Speaker Training
The conference will be held at RMIT Swanston Academic Building in Melbourne.
/dev/world is run by the AUC. It is not an academic conference, and is designed for everyone working on iOS and Mac OS X software. Got questions? Feel free to email the organising team via devworld AT auc.edu.au or learn more about the AUC on our website.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Stainless Steel Sponsor
/dev/world/2017 sponsors and supporters are highly valued members of the community, and the event would not be possible without them. Please note that our sponsors do not necessarily endorse each other. If you'd like to sponsor /dev/world/2017, or enquire about a future event, please email sponsorship AT auc.edu.au