Earlier this year we conducted a survey on the future of CreateWorld. We’ve learned that February isn’t the preferred time for most respondents, and a focus on professional development opportunities and workshops is likely to result in a more successful event. The next step is to form a new organising committee with fresh ideas and a preparedness to deliver a new CreateWorld, using the survey input as guidance. If you value CreateWorld, and want to help see it continue, please email email@example.com and let us know a little about yourself, and how you’d like to help.
/dev/world is back again, running at RMIT University in Melbourne on August 31 and September 1. The call for presenters is now open – why not offer a talk and help us make this the biggest, best /dev/world yet!
Sessions details for some X World sessions have now been posted, with more to come soon, and registrations have opened for the event. Early-bird registrations close June 19 – be sure to register prior to then to obtain the best rate! If you’re interested in presenting, late submissions may still be considered if submitted via our CFP form.
We have a great X World program this year, and have once again partnered with JAMF Software to bring you the latest information on OS X and iOS deployment. We hope to see you there!
If you’re a currently enrolled student at an Australian or New Zealand University, and you’ve won an Apple WWDC 2015 student scholarship, we might be able to help out with your expenses. We’ve allocated 3 student support scholarships of $1500 to assist with airfares and/or accommodation. Applications close May 29.
X World is our annual training event for OS X and iOS system administrators and support staff, and will be held at UTS, Sydney, on the 9th and 10th of July, 2015.
Once again we’re partnering with JAMF Software – developers of the Casper management suite – to bring you an event packed with the latest information on the deploying and managing Macintosh and iOS devices in enterprise settings.
X World is also about how members of our own community are dealing with Apple in the enterprise, and will feature workshops, lecture presentations and a number of social events to facilitate networking. It’s a fantastic way to keep up with others who work with and manage systems based on Apple technology, and a great opportunity to make valuable contacts.
We are now calling for presenters who wish to offer sessions and workshops at X World 2015. If you have a background in the installation, configuration, deployment, or on-going administration of OS X based systems, or experience in iOS deployment, management and app development, or if you work in related areas, we’d really like to hear from you. Presenters will receive free registration to X World and a subsidy of between $250 and $450 to go towards flights and/or accommodation, depending on departure point.
This call for presenters closes Friday 22nd May, 2015, and offers can be made by completing the submission form.
Registrations for X World 2015 will open in May.
Planning for CreateWorld 2015 continues, and we’re delighted to announce that Cat Hope has been confirmed as a keynote speaker. Cat is a musician and co-author of the recently published book Digital Art – An Introduction to New Media, which explores the idea of digital art as part of the ongoing continuum of technology that artists have been fascinated with throughout history.
A second call for participation has also opened, seeking posters, papers, performances, exhibitions, workshops and panel session, with submissions due by January 16, 2015.
CreateWorld is our 2 day performance, presentation, and professional development event, specifically for academic and technical staff who work in the digital arts disciplines.
The conference features a wide range of academic and technical presenters from the tertiary education and industry sectors, and includes several keynotes, panel sessions, hypotheticals, hands-on technical workshops, and regular presentation sessions.
The organising committee has issued a call for participation and are seeking posters, papers, performances, exhibitions, workshops and panel session.
If you want to learn about iOS and OS X development, /dev/world has it covered. This year’s event will be our biggest yet with two workshops, 3 world-class keynotes, and 27 stream seasons packed with great technical content on developing for iOS and OS X.
But you need to hurry – early-bird registrations close 5pm Wednesday September 17th, and all ticket sales close at 9am, September 22nd.
We’re really excited to be running a series of “Introduction to iOS Development” Workshops ahead of /dev/world conference at the end of September, 2014.
These workshops are free, with dates and locations as follows:
- Sept 1 – AUT University, Auckland
- Sept 3 – University of Queensland, Brisbane
- Sept 5 – University of Sydney
- Sept 8 – RMIT University, Melbourne
- Sept 10 – Flinders University, Adelaide
Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. If we receive more registrations than places available, we’ll wait list the overflow based on application order.
Sorry – all workshops are now full.
/dev/world is our annual developer conference for Mac OS X and iOS, and this year will run on September 29 and 30 at the RMIT Design Hub in Melbourne.
We’re seeking expressions of interest from AUC members and the wider Apple developer community in Australia and New Zealand who are willing to present at the event.
Presentations may take the form of talks or workshops. Workshops will be run on delegate-supplied laptops, so workshop proposals should include recommended equipment and software requirements.
As a presenter you should have a well-rounded general knowledge of software development on OS X or iOS, as well as a high level of expertise and knowledge in your topic area. You must be able to successfully impart information and knowledge to attendees whose own technical ability may range from basic to advanced. You must be able to present information clearly and in a well-structured way, as well as be able to address an audience of your peers.
Talks will be recorded, and made available after the event on the AUC’s website and/or social media channel(s). Workshops will not be recorded.
The AUC will support presenters with:
- free registration (includes conference attendance and all included meals)
- between $250 and $450, depending on distance from Melbourne, towards receipted expenditure on airfares and accommodation – no other expenses are covered or claimable
This call for presenters closes Monday
July 28, 2014, August 4, 2014,and offers can be made by completing the submission form.
Learn more at http://devworld.com.au.