Introducing RWDevCon 2016!

Ray Wenderlich
RWDevCon 2016 is on!

RWDevCon 2016 is on!

At the end of RWDevCon 2015, everybody kept asking me “Are you going to run this again next year?”

At the time, my answer was “I don’t know.” It takes an incredible amount of work to run a conference – especially the way we run RWDevCon, with huge speaker preparation, multiple rounds of practice, and coordinated content.

But as we reviewed all of the amazing feedback we got from attendees and speakers, we realized the hard work was totally worth it. Everybody had a great time and learned a ton – and we had so much fun hanging out with this amazing community.

So today, I’m happy to announce that RWDevCon 2016 is officially on!

Keep reading to learn more about RWDevCon and when tickets will become available.

What is RWDevCon?

RWDevCon is not your normal conference. It’s organized across four main principles:

  • Hands-on Experience: We believe the best way to learn a subject is through hands-on experience. At RWDevCon, you’ll learn by doing.
  • Team Communication: RWDevCon is coordinated as a team – we make sure we cover the right topics, and make each tutorial shine.
  • Inspiration: There’s more than just tutorials – we also have inspiration talks to leave you with new ideas and energy.
  • Friendship: We believe the best part about going to a conference is the people – so get ready to party and play!

To learn more, check out our quick video here:

Where To Go From Here?

Ticket sales will be available on the conference site sometime after WWDC, after we have a better sense of the new/cool stuff we’ll be covering in the conference, etc.

RWDevCon sold out within a month last year. If you’d like to be notified when tickets become available so you don’t miss your chance to get a ticket, sign up to our mailing list below!

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Ray is part of a great team - the raywenderlich.com team, a group of over 100 developers and editors from across the world. He and the rest of the team are passionate both about making apps and teaching others the techniques to make them.

When Ray’s not programming, he’s probably playing video games, role playing games, or board games.

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