Both Ruby and Objective-C scooped their ideas from the elder language SmallTalk. But the programmers communities of these two languages are different: if Objective-C developers live from WWDC to WWDC in anticipation of new features and do not even realize what awaits them in the new versions, the Ruby-community is constantly bubbling and changing due to it’s openness.
Last year that all changed. With the new wave of web programmers coming over to develop for iOS, there was a huge influx of new ideas and energy into Objective-C and back. 8 speakers from 5 countries, including authors of SSKeychain, SSZipArchive, AFNetworking, AFIncrementalStore and Passbook-ios held 13 sessions covering also CocoaPods, RubyMotion, RubyMine, KIF, Frank, NUI, ReactiveCocoa, helios, SSDataKit, RestKit, Sencha Touch, PhoneGap, PostgreSQL, UI, UX and Analytics.
Now we’re going even further: 3 days including hackathon. And BBQ!
Using RestKit and Grape::API for mobile/server communication
iAsync — functional programming in Objective-C
Mastering week based calendar on iOS
Reverse Engineering iOS apps
iOS unit testing. Special cases.
Building libraries for iOS — Going native
High Performance Core Data
The Basics of UX Design
Why I Tried to Learn RoR and Why I Failed
Ruby Groups: Act Locally — Think Globally
Coding and the Mozart Effect
Juggling Children...and Rubies
If you fix it, they will come
A messy kitchen is not a happy kitchen
Shooting yourself in the foot with unit tests
Techniques to write DSLs in Objective-C
Controlling you app's behavior from the server
Offline First iOS apps
Integration tests for iOS in Calabash
The grass is greener on the dark side
Ruby, Objective-C, I need an exit!
Point, Click, and tokaidoing Rails on OSX
Mistakes developers can make when it comes to app design
Realtime communication. WebRTC on mobile devices.
Front end Choices: Should we be building our user interfaces the "Rails Way"?
Building Profitable Mobile Business Models
Conference will be held in parallel with the Hackathon, which will allow participants in the form of a competition dive deep into the practice and apply newly acquired knowledge to implement their ideas. Teams will be mentored by the speakers themselves.
Startup investors invited!
We're searching for a spare venue outside Ukraine and Russia. If you know one, please contact us.
«Porto Mare» Park-Hotel is a perfect venue: situated on a Crimean seaside it has comfortable conference-halls, Wi-Fi and all needed equipment for a great event. The surrounding nature will be a pleasant bonus for urbanized geeks with its sea breeze, air filled with aromas, and mild spring sun. The average temperature in April is about +20°C, and by this time of the year everything is green and blooming. Learn how to get to us.
BBQ party with music in the hotel's park next to the pool (or, if the weather permits, the sea!). Should allow to communicate closer with the speakers and other attendees in a relaxed atmosphere. Entrance is free, buying a ticket you get drinks and snacks.
If you already bought one and wish to refund it, please also contact us.