Kerpen, Germany – Via it’s website, the Objective-Cologne conference, which happened in September, delivers all the sessions that were recorded on those 2 days.
The conference, which will definitely happen again in September 2013, was a huge success, and Manuel “StuFF mc” Carrasco Molina, the conference “mc” (read: organiser) is proud to release those videos at a fair price of 9 Euro (~ $12) each.
That’s not all. You can get EVERY video of this year for only 69 Euro (~ $89.00 USD). Compared to the 439 Euro price that the conference was (early bird was 399 Euro), that gives you the ability to do the conference from the comfort of your Sofa for less the $90.00!
Also, one might note that some videos are free. Among those, the 2 conference Panels that happened on both days, plus 2 smaller “insight” videos that show you how the food was at lunch time and dinner. This also gives you a good hint at the Networking possibilities during the conference.
Be sure to check the website, as well as follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our Mailing list to get the news about future events, like the 2013 edition – and maybe some other news.
It’s important to note that each video can be previewed (at least one minute, sometimes 3 minutes!) before you spend the money. Also, if anyone has a question, do not hesitate on getting in touch.
Finally, we’d like to mention that we are open to sponsoring, although we do want to keep this “non obtrusive” to keep the conference “noise clean”.
* 3/4/5 Gen iPhone, iPad, or 3/4/5 Gen iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 1.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Objective-Cologne 1.1.2 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category. Conference Videos are available from the Objective-Cologne website.
Objective-Cologne is a product proudly developed by a developer for developers. Manuel “StuFF mc” Carrasco Molina, author of Disk Alarm online, was always willing to do a conference as good as NSConference (at least trying) and it turned to be a huge success. “Stuff” (as he’s called by his peers) is also an iOS developer – and consequently developed the Conference’s own iPhone/iPad/iPod touch app. Copyright (C) 2012 Manuel Carrasco Molina. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.