the iphonedevcamp and ipaddevcamp is now called ..wait for it.. iOS4devcamp! And its this weekend

Yup, if you have been to either of the iphone, ipad dev camps before you know the iphone/ipad sweetness that is involved.  So this weekend we have another one called iOS4 dev camp.  Now since we do not have iOS4 on the ipad yet, I'm not sure what that is going to mean, but I do not think it will be a iOS4 ONLY camp.  So grab your xcode and head on down.

And for your reading pleasure, some of the press release...


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We are pleased to announce iOSDevCamp 2010, the fifth not-for-profit iOS developer conference produced by the original iPhoneDevCamp all-volunteer team. What was originally planned to be 'iPhoneDevCamp 4' has been launched as 'iOSDevCamp 2010', to both match Apple's new naming convention and to reflect the annual nature of our main event in California. This is a combined iPhone and iPad event.

We expect this to be the largest event yet, with over 500 attendees. Thank you to our lead sponsor, PayPal X Developer Network for again offering its great facility for our event. For those of you who attended iPadDevCamp in April 2010, we will be using the same space, but PayPal is increasing the available rooms to accommodate additional attendees for this event.

Beginning a week after the launch of the original iPhone in June 2007, our development community has met every year to promote the work of developers and designers for iOS. The event will feature a large gathering on PayPal's main campus in San Jose, along with simultaneous satellite events to connect developers around the world.

As a reminder, 100% of your registration fee goes to event costs. We are a not-for-profit all-volunteer group. With just a month before the event, now is the time to register if you plan to attend. The event draws people nationally and internationally.

As with the past few events, we will be charging a small registration fee for attendees of $50. This will help with food costs, while we will be relying upon sponsors for additional event costs - badges, banners, equipment, and other miscellaneous expenses. All money collected from attendees and sponsors will go toward the production of the event. iOSDevCamp is a not-for-profit event and the volunteers and organizers are not paid for participation.

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I received my Doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley in Architecture. My focus was on Collaboration in Virtual Environments delving into methods that facilitate designers and engineers to improve communication.
I have an interest in and have worked on rich media web based applications (RIA) since 1995. The last six years has been based in the startup world with less a focus on code and more on strategic direction, company structure and management.