UIKonf 2015 - Berlin, May 17-20
Take part in Berlin's independent conference for serious iOS developers. UIKonf 2015 will take place at Heimathafen Neukölln, Berlin. In addition to covering the hottest topics in app development, UIKonf 2015 will also be a great place to meet and connect with great people.
Here is the schedule (work in progress):
Sunday, May 17th
Social activities in the afternoon (starting around 14:00) – get to know some nice people before the conference starts.
- A visit to the Berlin Museum of Technology
- A guided tour of a World War 2 bomb shelter
- Bike Tour with Ole Begemann
- A guided tour of the Tempelhof Airport
- A boat tour on the river Spree
- Berlin Music Tour
A kick-off in the evening from 19:00 on – have a cold beer, chat with other attendees and pick up your conference badge.
Monday & Tuesday, May 18th-19th
Conference at Heimathafen Neukölln – 18 confirmed speakers, full schedule coming soon
Wednesday, May 20th
Hackathon (from ~09:00 to ~19:00) – Hack on fresh new ideas with cool people.
If you prefer to book directly through ti.to, go to https://ti.to/uikonf/2015
Fees exclude VAT, but include free coffee, drinks and lunch during the conference, social activities on Sunday afternoon and lots of new knowledge to take home. To help us planning the social events, please select your preferred activity when booking your ticket. You can always edit it later.
A note for corporate buyers
If you are a corporate customer and would like to send a larger team (5+ people) over, please get in touch. We can arrange a bulk discount and work with your procurement to make the purchase as seamless as possible.
If you are unable to afford a ticket, you can apply for a free scholarship ticket until February 28th, 2015. These tickets are awarded to talented students and iOS newcomers.Learn more about the scholarship ➡
Graham Lee - Author of sicpers.info and "Test-Driven iOS Development"
Mike Lee - Founder of Appsterdam.rs
Maxim Cramer - iOS developer at SwiftKey
Natasha (the Robot) Murashev - Author of natashatherobot.com
Halle Winkler - creator of OpenEars
Ash Furrow - open source enthusiast, author and co-author of several books
JP Simard - an Objective-C and Swift engineer at Realm
Chris Eidhof - started UIKonf in 2013, objc.io, and wrote a book about Functional Programming in Swift
Claus Höfele - Lead Engineer Mobile at eBay Classifieds Germany, initiator of “Stolpersteine in Berlin”.
Tom Adriaenssen - freelance software developer at iCapps, creator of ViewDeck
Eli Perkins - iOS Engineer at Venmo in NYC, craft beer aficionado, esports evangelist.
Hector Zarate - Spotify's own iOS cowboy. he blogs under iOSCowboy.com
Call For Proposals
Our Call for Proposals is finished.
We know you can't wait to find out about the selected talks but we won't reveal them all at once. We are already contacting the authors of the selected talks and we will be announcing two speakers every week for the coming weeks. Also, if you don't receive an email from us about your proposal in the next few days, unfortunately that means your proposal has not been selected.
Information for Sponsors
UIKonf is a great place to meet talented and experienced developers in a less formal context. If you are interested in supporting UIKonf, get in touch with Engin Kurutepe by sending an email to email@example.com.