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Do iOS sold all its conference tickets

Fri, 30 Sep 2022 • 00:08:24

Full on prep mode for Do iOS by now. What is it. Just 5 or 6 weeks remaining. When I am preparing this episode, there were just 2 tickets remaining. So we will have a full house. I was also looking into putting together a workshop the day before the conference and that has now been put together thanks to the gracious support of Jeremy Barger. You might know him as TheSwiftNomad on Twitter. He is looking for people to take a look at his Swift Developer Academy. So take a look.

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Oh and I am still waiting on that keyboard…

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I share my thoughts about a piece of hardware. Progress on the Do iOS conference and my anxiety about a delivery.

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It is already two weeks since my previous episode. The one I did in the hotel room in Denver. It really feels like a distant memory already. So much stuff happened again in two weeks. My son's bedroom furniture got delivered. He now has a pirate themed bedroom, inclusing a shark desk, ship-bed / bed-ship and a treasure chest. I am not jealous at his room. Nope not at all. You can imagine we are now in a talk-like-a-pirate day streak here at home.

Last week my voice was quite bad, I had a weird cold that was not causing too much discomfort. Except for my voice. It was raspy and if I talked too much I was coughing a lot. Not ideal for a podcast recording. So I decided to skip. I had plenty of other things to do anyway. Like a conference…

I am super excited to announce that for Do iOS on November 8 and 9, tickets are available, we have the first 6 speakers announced.

This week’s articles.

Most important is to go to do-ios.com for all information related to Do iOS. You can also follow the conference on Twitter, it has a very easy twitter handle: iOSConf


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Recorded from a hotel room in Denver

Wed, 31 Aug 2022 • 00:11:28

360iDev has been an enjoyable experience thus far. I still have the final day of the conference ahead of me when I record this. But I must say, it is awesome seeing so many familiar faces. The weird thing is, I'm seeing most of them for the very first time in real life. Special shoutout to Josh, Azam, Mikaela and Leo. It is great to be able to meet you, for real finally. What I also noticed is how different the conferences are. I've been to AppDevCon, SwiftHeroes, Techorama.be and 360iDev this year and each had a totally different vibe. And each had its own strengths. Experiencing these conferences reaffirmed my resolve to push for another edition of the Do iOS conference in November. I got the first offer letter from a venue and am awaiting a second to ensure I get a good deal on the whole thing. A fun thing to know about organizing an event, the room is a small line item compared to the catering. Once I have the venue booked it is time to do some final number crunching and decide on a ticket price. It will probably be a lot lower than you might expect, which makes me super happy.

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Material for 360iDev.

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This episode I am talking to David Barnhard from the SubClub podcast.

Interviewing a fellow podcaster is always a blast. Not much audio cleanup todo once done.

David runs the SubClub podcast for RevenueCat. I reached out to David months ago and only just now did we get to a recording session. So this was set in motion long before the sponsorship a few weeks ago became a thing.

Make sure to check David's app business called Contrast as well.

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