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New speaker: Orta Therox

One thing most iOS developers seem to agree on is that CocoaPods are a Big Deal. We agree, and we’re very happy to announce that Orta Therox, CocoaPods core team member, will be joining us to talk about the future of CocoaPods.


About our Tickets

We believe the best way to guarantee we can focus exclusively on what’s best for the participants is to fund the conference primarily through ticket sales. Also, for students, a limited number of heavily discounted tickets are available. If you are a full-time student living on ramen noodles, please get in touch. We’ve all been there. [Sold out] Tickets are available as long as they last.

We have the following tickets available:

  • Ramen (student) €100 net [Sold out]
  • Insider (early bird) €400 net [Sold out]
  • Hero (regular) €450 net

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Get involved

  • You would like to organize a side event? Let’s have a chat.
  • You would like to get involved as a sponsor? Now’s a good time to get in touch.
  • You would like to volunteer? Closer to the event, we’ll be looking for a small number of volunteers to help out in exchange for access to the conference.
  • If you were at UIKonf 2013 and are planning to come back, we appreciate you spreading the word. Maybe a recommendation on Twitter or Facebook? Thank you!


We will have more information for you soon. Until then, if you have a question please get in touch. You know how to find us, and we’re always happy to help.

The Organizers

Chris Eidhof, Matt Patterson and Peter Bihr:

Chris EidhofChris ( is an iOS and Mac developer who’s been building iOS apps since the first public release of the SDK. He created the magazine and organized Alt Tech Talks Berlin. Recently, he has been building a new Mac app for creating beautiful presentations: Deckset.

Matt PattersonMatt ( is a long-time developer of web apps. He’s a regular speaker at conferences and user groups. He organised the first History Hackday and was one of the organizers of NoSQL Europe 2010. He also helps mentor the Ruby Monsters Rails Girls Berlin study group.

Peter BihrPeter ( gets up in the morning to connect people and ideas. A digital strategy guy by day, at night he organizes independent community events like UIKonf, Things, Cognitive Cities Conference, Ignite Berlin or TEDxKreuzberg. He also serves as Program Director at NEXT Berlin.

Max KrügerMax ( Max is interested in spaces, experiences and technologies to foster collaboration, creativity and the active exchange of knowledge. He worked on several highly regarded projects including ThIngsCon, the Global Innovation Lounge and the Creative Space Explorer.