Kerpen, Germany – In less than 3 weeks, in Cologne, Germany, over 80 Cocoa Developers will gather for 2 amazingly packed days of pure ObjC awesomeness. Learning new things thanks to the different sessions during the day, those people (Attendees, Speakers & Team) will gather the first evening for an amazing Conference Dinner which is part of “what you pay for”, in addition to receiving a T-Shirt, a Mug, a pen, and “something special” to wear proudly our amazingly nerdy Logo: [^^]

The conference price is set to 439 Euro + Taxes, which converts to about $640.00 USD. If you are in Europe, you can probably still book a train or flight, or just come over with your car, since Cologne is conveniently in the center of Europe.

Objective-Cologne: Schedule:

Day 1
09:00 – Welcome & Registration
10:00 – Keynote: Mike Lee “WWSJD: What Would Steve Jobs Do?”
10:45 – Break
11:00 – Ortwin Gentz “iOS UIAppearance possibilities and beyond”
11:45 – Break
12:00 – Ken Aspeslagh “Debug Like a Rockstar Ninja Jedi Master”
12:45 – Lunch
13:45 – Alexander Repty “User Interface Testing Using UIAutomation”
14:30 – Break
14:45 – Wordcrafts “Efficiently avoiding the pitfalls in localization”
15:30 – Break
16:00 – Panel with the speakers of Day 1
17:00 – End of Day 1
19:00 – Conference Dinner

Day 2
09:00 – Networking Time!
10:00 – Drew McCormack “In Virtual Company: Going it Alone in Software”
10:45 – Break
11:00 – Nicolas Zinovieff “Video: Man, it’s not THAT complicated!”
11:45 – Break
12:00 – Ken Aspeslagh “Debug Like a Rockstar Ninja Jedi Master”
12:45 – Lunch
13:45 – Jason Harris “Designing, Marketing and Distributing iOS Peripherals”
14:30 – Break
14:45 – Martin Winter “The Joys and Perils of Typography in Cocoa”
15:30 – Break
16:00 – Panel with the speakers of Day 2
17:00 – End of Day 2

Come write your name as “I was at the first ObjCGN” and let’s write history together – Go ahead, grab your ticket today at for 439 Euro + Taxes. Ordering 3 or more tickets gets you back the “early” bird price of 399 Euro, and you can also have your logo on the front page, in the “They trust us” section.

If you have any question, or would like to sponsor the conference, just get in touch with us. Also, we are obviously looking at Websites willing to speak about the conference now, during the conference, and after the conference!

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After having done contracting in iOS Development since the launch of the iPhone SDK back in 2008, launched in 2011 its first Indie Mac App called Disk Alarm. After having been himself to a lot of conferences over the years, Manuel “StuFF mc” finally decided to organize one he always wanted to see. Copyright (C) 2012 All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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