Upcoming Talks and Workshops

Ray Wenderlich
Announcing upcoming talks and workshops - including Cocos2D via Minigames!

Announcing upcoming talks and workshops - including Cocos2D via Minigames!

From time to time, I speak at various iOS conferences or give iOS related workshops like iOS 101 or Cocos2D via Minigames.

The main reason I do this is so that I can meet you guys! I really enjoy meeting fellow iOS devs, especially those of you who I’ve known via the forums, Twitter, etc.

So this is just a quick note to let you guys know about the upcoming iOS conferences I’ll be speaking at and our upcoming workshop – and I hope to be able to meet some of you there! :]

Conference Talks

This fall is the time for a lot of great iOS conferences, and several of them have been kind enough to ask me to speak:

  • August 13 – Washington DC – iOS Dev Camp DC 2011: Here I’m giving a talk on “Intro to Cocos2D”. Will be great to meet a bunch of local devs!
  • Sept 11-14 – Denver, CO – 360iDev: Here I’ll be giving a freshly updated iOS 101 workshop, along with a joint talk on “Intro to Cocos2D” with Rod Strougo. Can’t say enough good things about this conference – a must attend for indie devs!
  • Nov 11-13 – Boston, MA – VTM iPhone: Rod and I are teaming up to give a 1-day version of our “Cocos2D via Minigames” workshop here.

Upcoming Weekend Cocos2D via Minigames Workshop!

Also, Rod and I are pleased to announce that we are also offering a 2-day version of our Cocos2D via Minigames workshop this October in Denver, CO!

We’ve taught this workshop twice before now and always have a blast teaching it, and students seem to have really enjoyed it too.

If you haven’t seen it already, here’s a trailer of the minigames we make in the workshop:

If you register by August 31, there’s an early bird discount of $100 off! Check out the signup page for more details.

And That’s A Wrap!

I hope to see some of you at these upcoming conferences or talks. If you can attend any, please
drop me a note, I’d love to meet up with you and chat, or grab a coffee/beer! :]


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