Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California
photos by Adam Tow
iOSDevCamp (previously know as iPhoneDevCamp and iPadDevCamp) is an annual not-for-profit gathering to develop applications for iOS, including iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, using both the native SDK and web standards. To date, our all-volunteer group has produced the following events:
- iOSDevCamp, 2012, San Jose, CA
- iOSDevCamp, 2011, San Jose, CA
- iOSDevCamp, 2010, San Jose, CA
- iPadDevCamp, 2010, San Jose, CA
- iPhoneDevCamp 3, 2009, Sunnyvale, CA
- iPhoneDevCamp 2, 2008, San Francisco, CA
- iPhoneDevCamp, 2007, San Francisco, CA
The event was initially inspired by BarCamp, SuperHappyDevHouse, and MacHack, to develop Cocoa Touch and web based applications for iPhone and iPod touch. Out-of-town guests are always welcome.
Attendees include iOS developers, web developers, UI designers, entrepreneurs and testers, all working together over the weekend. Development projects include both solo and team efforts. While some attendees wish to work solo during the event, we encourage attendees to team up, based on expertise, to work in ad-hoc project development teams. All attendees should be prepared to work on a development project during the event.
Attendees will be able to:
- Create new applications for iOS, both native and web-based.
- Migrate Mac OS X applications to iOS.
- Test and optimize applications for iOS.
Attendees are encouraged to attend Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
We are sensitive to the NDA that Apple has in place on the iPhone SDK, and we do not tolerate attendees violating the terms that individual developers have in place with Apple concerning the iPhone SDK. Only public topics are allowed, no beta releases, and never any Jailbreaking apps.
iOSDevCamp is not affiliated with Apple, Inc.