Mdevcon is a conference by mobile developers, for mobile developers. We have two days with multiple tracks, designed in such a way that whether you’re an Android, iOS, Windows or other mobile platform developer, there’s always at least one session that should be of interest. The venue is epic, it’s the 1920′s classic Tuschinski Theater in Amsterdam. We expect around 300 attendees.
The tutorial day on March 17 has 4-6 tutorials that go in depth on a particular topic. This is an excellent way to learn details on a particular topic. The conference day on March 18 has 2 keynotes and 18 sessions of 45 minutes on a wide variety of topics. Tickets are available for just the conference day or for the full two-day conference experience.
Mdevcon is targeted at developers working with mobile technology. There will be talks targeted at a specific platform and talks of a more platform independent nature. We welcome independent developers, freelancers and developers working for a company – It doesn’t matter who you are or where you work, if you work with mobile technology you’ll enjoy this conference.
Tutorial day: NH Carlton Hotel
Conference day: Tuschinski Theater (near Rembrandt Plein)
There’s one place where a mobile developer conference makes perfect sense: Appsterdam. Founded by Mike Lee, appsterdam is a growing European community of app developers located in or near Amsterdam. Visit the Appsterdam website for more information about this vibrant community of developers or to become a member. The conference is open to a world wide audience and we hope it will be an opportunity for many developers to get a sense of the great atmosphere in Appsterdam!
As for the venue, we looked hard to find a location that is easy to reach but also inspiring. The conference will be held in the Tuschinski Theater. According to wikipedia it is ‘considered one of the most beautiful cinemas in the world’. This means that we’ll not only have presentations literally on the big screen, it means we’ll have comfy chairs to enjoy the conference. We were also very interested in this venue because of its excellent ‘hallway track’. This unofficial track in between or during sessions where you meet other developers and speakers is just as valuable as the main content tracks, and Tuschinski is a great place to talk to people or to just hang out.
Code of Conduct
We have adopted a code of conduct that helps us make the conference a welcome and safe place for everyone. You can find the code of conduct here.
We have various opportunities for companies to sponsor mdevcon. We have silver, gold and bronze sponsorship packages as well as a few special sponsorship opportunities. Of course we also have the ability to do something custom or special: given an audience of talented developers, tell us what you want to achieve and how you think we can help you achieve that.
If you would like to help us promote mdevcon, consider becoming a media partner.
For any sponsorship or media inquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org.