iPhone/iPad DevCon East 2011
iPhone/iPad DevCon is focused 100% on iPhone and iPad apps development. If you're an iPhone or iPad developer looking for training, classes or workshops that will teach you iOS4 development, this developer conference is where you need to be. Produced by BZ Media — publisher of SD Times, the newspaper for the software development industry — this is the most info-packed, most practical mobile application development conference you'll attend this year.
At iPhone/iPad DevCon East 2011, you can choose from dozens of iPhone development workshops and technical classes to customize your educational experience.
iPhone/iPad DevCon is the #1 technical conference for software developers building or selling iPhone and iPod apps. Whether you’re an enterprise developer, work for a commercial software company, are an IT professional or are driving your own start-up, if you are build or manage iPhone and iPad apps, you need to attend iPhone/iPad DevCon.
The mobile application development sessions are organized into three tracks suitable for you and everyone on your team:
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