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iPhone Developer Conference to be in Denver, Sep 27-30

The second 360|iDev iPhone Developer's Conference will be held in Denver, September 27-30, 2009. The conference has a long list of speakers lined up and is expected to draw about 300 attendees.

The conference organizers, John Wilker and Tom Ortega, told TMO: "Our first event in March of this year brought together almost 200 developers, and this time in September, we're expecting 300+ in Denver.



"Our goal with 360|iDev is to create an event that's focused on the developer community. We'll have over 40 sessions, over four total days of conference. Sunday, September 27th, is our unofficial kick off day, and we'll host hands on training, ranging from iPhone 101, to how to jailbreak your phone. Those go all day and lead into our welcome reception. All attendees are welcome to swing by, grab an appetizer or a beer and hang out and meet folks before the real fun starts Monday morning.

"The rest of the conference is three tracks, of content ranging from introduction to MapKit, to adv OpenGL ES. We expect to attract some of the biggest names in iPhone development, particularly the indie developer crowd.

"One of the things we try to encourage at our events is meeting people. There are no private parties, no invite only [events], no 'get your own lunch, be back in an hour.' While everyone is free to do what they want, we provide lunch, light dinner, and a single party so that people can focus on meeting and talking."

Speakers include Dan Burcaw (, Joe Pezzillo (, Jake Behrens, Jessica Kahn (, Brent Simmons (NetNewsWire), Serban Porumbescu (Scrabby) and many, many more.

The second 360|iDev conference will be held at the Curtis Hotel, 1405 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80202 (303.571.0300), September 27 to 30, 2009. The registration price is US$499 and TMO readers are offered a special 20 percent discount. Send an e-mail to John Martellaro stating that you plan to attend to request the code.

This reporter spoke briefly with Dan Burcaw of in Denver who said that the first event went off very well, and he was very pleased. The 360|iDev event affords a special opportunity, he said, for a close-knit community of iPhone developers to fraternize, and he's very much looking forward to the second in the series.

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