Designed by Alan in Caledonia.
The fourth year of Scotland's first conference for Cocoa developers
will be held in October 2015.
The two day conference runs on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th and features speakers from Scotland, the UK, Europe, Canada and the U.S.A. Tickets are available from £240 + VAT
This year Daniel Steinberg is also offering a whole-day Swift Workshop on Friday 23rd. The workshop will take you beyond the basic syntax of Swift and help you "think" in Swift as you develop your applications. The workshop is an amazing bargain at just £100+VAT
In our ongoing effort to help improve the diversity of the technology industry, we're excited to be able to offer two donated scholarships for women who would be unable to attend without financial assistance. If you, or someone you know is qualified, please get in touch with me via
We're also trying to help parents by working to provide some activities for children on both days of the conference (Saturday/Sunday) as 3rd party childcare may not be available at the weekend. Children can be involved in lunchtimes too. The evening event on Saturday will not be specifically catered for children (unless they like chilli!), but it runs all night and you are welcome to bring children after you feed them elsewhere. Again please get in touch to discuss your needs and we promise to help as best we can.
I hope you can join us in October!.
In 20 years, Alan’s done a lot of different things in Software. He’s built control systems for dams in FORTRAN, the original DVD authoring tools on Windows in C++, Financial Systems on Solaris in Java, System Monitoring software on Linux in Ruby, and these days merchant tools for iOS in Objective C. In between he’s been an Agile process consultant for ObjectMentor and ThoughtWorks, and co-organises the Scottish Ruby Conference.
Paul is a coach and coder with over ten years of experience of Agile/XP. He is an active member of the Ruby and Agile communities, and co-organiser of the Scottish Ruby Conference. He has spoken at many conferences and events; these include RubyConf, The Naked Agilist, and guest lectures at Glasgow Caledonian and Edinburgh Napier Universities.