Voices That Matter: iOS Dev Conference offers exclusive TUAW discount code
Attention East-coasters and anyone who develops iOS apps! You're probably already aware of the wonderful Voices That Matter: iOS Developers Conference that is held in Boston, Massachusetts. The upcoming conference is scheduled for November 12-13, 2011, and you can get an exclusive discount from TUAW.
Just enter TUAW444 as the priority code when you sign up for the conference, and you'll get $150 off of the normal $745 cost of the registration. The conference is going to be chock-full of some amazing speakers. Here's what conference manager Barbara Gavin has to say about this year's event:
Learn all about the new functionality and tools in iOS 5 at the Voices That Matter: iOS Developers Conference. Don't miss sessions like Designing a Creative Process for iOS Development from Jason Festa of Disney Mobile or Mike Ash's Defensive Programming in Cocoa. You can hang out with the folks you read and follow, like Erica Sadun, Aaron Hillegass, Erik Buck, Chris Adamson, and Daniel Jalkut. Join us in Boston, November 12-13, 2011 and learn how you can leverage Apple's commitment to the iOS platform.
Conference registration includes admission to all education and networking sessions, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks, a conference guide, and access to speakers' slides. The price of the conference is normally $745, but Pearson Education (Erica's publisher) has been good enough to offer a $150 discount to TUAW readers. To take advantage of the discount, go to the conference registration page and use the code TUAW444.
You'll also be able to meet up with TUAW's Victor Agreda and Dave Caolo at the event in addition to my writing buddy (and conference Technical Chair) Erica "Aunt TUAW" Sadun. It's a great conference and this is a nice discount to take advantage of.
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