It’s that time of the year again: JAOO 2010 is getting closer, with sessions and workshops from Sunday October 3rd to Friday 8th. JAOO has been held since 1996, and it is a multi-language, non-vendor focused, eclectic, flexible conference where you can learn about those technologies you’ve never heard about, or those you never had the time to explore in depth. I can’t but recommend to any software engineer to attend, given the breadth and the quality of the presentations.
And akosma software is proud and humbled to announce that I will be there to talk about, you guessed it, iOS, the iPhone and the iPad. I am going to host two sessions this year:
- On Sunday, October 3rd, from 9 AM to 12 PM, the “Write your first iPhone App” training, where I will guide you into learning the tools and paradigms required to create a small yet functional iPhone application.
- On Monday, October 4th, from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM I will present my findings on “Accessing Web Services From iPhone and iPad Applications”, diving into a subject of interest to many developers new to the platform.
In any case, if you are following me on Twitter (which you should, definitely) you can benefit of a 20% discount on the ticket price by using the “JAOOspeakerfollower” promotion code! I will be there the whole week, so don’t hesitate to stop me to say hi; I’d love to meet you in person there, and to share a good conversation about software engineering, trends and buzzwords!