/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.