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. The schedule in short:

Sunday, May 17th - Social activities in the afternoon, kickoff in the evening
Monday & Tuesday, May 18th /19th - Conference at Heimathafen Neukölln
Wednesday, May 20th - Hackathon


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.

Free Scholarship Tickets

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 ➡

First Confirmed Speakers

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

Learn more about our speakers ➡

Call For Papers

UIKonf's call for paper is powered by Vestibule, a platform for anonymously publishing talk proposals. This platform allows users to give feedback to proposed talks and helps speakers to fine-tune their presentations. We encourage you to comment on already submitted proposals or to submit your own proposal.

Deadline for submittal: February 15th
Deadline for final changes: February 22nd
Voting period: February 23rd - March 1st

View and submit proposals ➡

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 questions@uikonf.com.