Pre-Conference Workshops (in the building called Machinegebouw)

 

Click on the following links to have a look at the program:

   Pre-Conference Day - Wednesday 25 November
   
Track I 11.00 – 16.00
(lunchbreak 1300-1400)

 

Kendall Gelner (US)

Advanced Debugging – peering into the great unknown
This covers use of GDB features, both from the command line and the debugging UI – it also covers use of some common instruments to track down problems, and introduces ways to build your own custom instruments to provide meaningful data. One focus of attention will be on techniques to explore memory issues, leaks and allocation problems.

Kendall Gelner (US)
Kendall has been a professional software developer for over two decades, dabbling in Mac development for a number of years before moving to iPhone development full time with the release of the iPhone SDK in 2006. He has worked on a number of independent projects but primarily works on projects through Double Encore, an iPhone only consulting firm based in Denver.  In the process of working on applications he has made use of almost every framework in the SDK and built a wide range of applications.

 

   
  11.00 – 16.00 (lunchbreak 1300-1400)

iPhoneDevCamp
Attendees will develop applications for iPhone and iPod Touch using both the native SDK and web standards. Previous iPhoneDevCamp events have been held at Adobe Systems in San Francisco, July 2007 and August 2008. The last iPhoneDevCamp was at Yahoo in Sunnyvale, August 2009. Attendees will include developers, web developers, UI designers, and testers, all working together during the day. Attendees will be able to:
- Create new applications for iPhone and iPod touch
- Migrate Mac OS X applications to iPhone and iPod touch.
- Test and optimize applications for iPhone and iPod touch.
(iPhoneDevCamp is not affiliated with Apple, Inc.)

Dom Sagolla (US)

Hosted by Dom Sagolla
Dom Sagolla helped create Twitter in 2006, and shipped his first book this October. He is the founder of DollarApp, developing applications for iPhone in San Francisco. He is also co-founder and host of iPhoneDevCamp, an international, not-for-profit developer community.
Dom has been an engineer in research and development at HP Laboratories, the MIT Media Lab, and Adobe Systems. He’s contributed Open Source at such startups as Macromedia, Odeo, and Dom.net, has shipped applications such as Dreamweaver and the Adobe Creative Suite, and delivered platforms such as Twitter, Adobe Flash, and AIR.

Mike Lee (US)

Mike Lee, US
The World’s Toughest Programmer, has worked on some of the best known titles on the App Store, including Obama '08 and Tap Tap Revenge. Prior to iPhone, Mike worked on the Apple Design Award- winning Delicious Library 2. Mike is known by his blog, his books, and his often irreverent, but always inspirational presentations. Mike is originally from Honolulu, currently lives in Silicon Valley, California, and has been seen on twitter as ©bmf.


Jonathan Wight (US)

Jonathan Wight (US)
Jonathan Wight is the Chief Technology Office of [Small Society], an iPhone Development agency based in Portland, Oregon. At Small Society Jonathan developed the Zipcar iPhone application, which was unveiled during the keynote at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference in June 2009. Jonathan also lead the teams that developed the myStarbucks and Wholefoods Markets iPhone application. Before the formation of Small Society Jonathan was the lead developer on the [Obama '08] iPhone application project.

Jonathan is an iPhone developer and architect with more than 15 years of experience with Apple® technology development, including iPhone and Mac OS X. He is a strong believer in the merits of open source software. His [TouchCode] project is widely used and praised by many iPhone developers. His TouchCode iPhone source code repository is widely used and praised by the iPhone development community.