Great people, top-notch talks, an intimate setting, and space to think & hack.
UIKonf will be a special, intimate event, with only 200 tickets available. It’s going to be a full day of all things relevant for iOS developers.
Heimathafen Neukölln is a beautiful theatre in Berlin’s Neukölln district, easily reached from both the U-Bahn and S-Bahn.
For more details, see our venue page.
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UIKonf will be a special, intimate event. We aim at a maximum of about 200 participants. We’ll provide a full day of all things relevant for iOS developers:
On the stage, speakers will dive deeply into technical topics. The speakers will partly be curated, partly recruited through our anonymous Call for Proposals. In total, we’re looking at roughly 10 talks (maybe more).
In break out rooms, you will have the opportunity to hack on projects or explore topics in more detail in smaller groups.
Plenty of opportunities to exchange ideas with likeminded folks and your dev heroes in the common networking areas over snacks and drinks.
We aim to make UIKonf an awesome event for you. Here are just some of the things we do to make this happen (besides excellent, in-depth talks, of course):
A gorgeous location, coffee by some of the best baristas in town, an all veggie, super yummy lunch buffet, lightning talks, student discounts, stylish schwag, a pub quiz, a party, an all-day hackday and a nice ride. We think that’s a good start, but that doesn’t mean we’ll stop there. Because UIKonf is for you, and we’ll do what we can to make it worth your time and money.
Tickets are for sale. We have a very limited number of tickets available, so we’re releasing them in batches. The first batch is live now. First come, first serve: Get your ticket while they’re hot. This includes full access to the conference (with catered lunch and drinks), the party afterwards, the pre-registration evening and everything else we will come up with.
The fine print: If you buy a ticket and are picked as a speaker afterwards, you can choose to get a refund or resell your ticket. Otherwise, tickets are non-refundable, but you can transfer them to another person up to a week before the event. Just email us.
Chris is an iOS developer who’s been building iOS apps since the first public release of the SDK. He organized user group meetings and conferences in The Netherlands, and is a regular speaker at tech meetups. He blogs about iOS development and other things at http://chris.eidhof.nl.
Matt 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 gets up in the morning to connect people and ideas. He frequently organizes events like Cognitive Cities Conference, Ignite Berlin or TEDxKreuzberg, and is Program Director at NEXT Berlin. He co-founded Makers Make and freelances as a strategist.