360|iDev Awesome Sauce… Concentrated
We’re pretty excited about [360|iDev min]. you know, iPad mini, 360|iDev mini. Mini is all the rage these days :) Plus it gives us a chance to really hang out with the community, encourage discussion and learning!
The goal with [360|iDev min] is to provide a smaller event that takes the best parts of 360|iDev (the speakers and community) and condenses it down into a small venue, summit. There won’t be hands on 101 level sessions, there’ll be advanced topics, presented to encourage discussion. Sponsors are supporting ‘min’ because those in attendance are there to learn and expand their network. [360|iDev min] is for people who want to spend two days surrounded by genius!
What you should know about [360|iDev min]
- When: February 4-5, 2013
- Where: Las Vegas (Chamber of Commerce at Town Square)
- How Much: $199
- Topics include: Development best practices, marketing tips and tricks, Design gotchas, and much more.
- Check out the schedule!
- Session length 45 minutes, with 15 minutes for discussion
- Number of sessions: 12
- Speakers: Folks from all over the iOS and Mac community (Check out the line-up)
- Book now, space is limited.
- You can book a room at the Homewood Suites for just $89/night! Book now!
All for $199
That means it’s gonna fill up fast. It also means if you attend you’ll be surrounded by a group of truly kick ass people. We’re going to make sure of that. This won’t be “just a conference” it’ll be the event for folks building awesome things to be at. Each session has ample time for discussion at the end and the evening reception will offer everyone a chance to discuss the days topics over a drink and really connect.
Want to enjoy a relaxing dinner with speakers and sponsors? Grab the limited $279 ticket, and join us for all-you-can-eat goodness at Texas De Brazil. This ticket is limited to 40 seats. This is a great way to get time with industry leaders from around the world over drinks and meat delivered on swords :)
This will be the community at it’s best, being themselves and sharing what they know.