The Guardian is a widely respected British newspaper that was founded in 1821 and is still going strong today. Developers who live in or near London may want to check their schedules for the month of May, then, as they’ve been given an interesting opportunity to visit the paper’s headquarters. Emma Mulqueeny wrote this morning,… Continue reading The Guardian Announces "Developer Drop-ins"
Tickets to this year’s Google I/O developer conference sold out in 59 minutes, meaning there are probably a whole lot of folks who never got the chance to buy one. But that doesn’t mean they’re going to miss out, as Google’s now arranged to provide video from certain parts of the event. Yesterday, a post… Continue reading Google To Offer Video From I/O Conference
As you may have heard, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference sold out in less than a day, and secondhand tickets are now in some cases being hawked for more than $4,000. So if you’re looking for a more accessible Apple-related conference to attend, the MacTech Conference may provide an alternative. The MacTech Conference, which is targeted… Continue reading 2011 MacTech Conference Announced
The 2011 Game Developers Conference is over, and by all accounts, it was a huge success. The organizers announced today that a record 19,000 professionals attended, in fact. And the organizers also announced the dates of the next conference, if you’d like to start clearing your calendar and getting deals on flights and hotels. An… Continue reading Next Year's Game Developers Conference Scheduled
Where Google goes, developers should perhaps – in a very literal, physical sense – follow. It seems developers who attended Google-led sessions at the Game Developers Conference yesterday received Cr-48 notebooks in return for their interest. Now, we’ll admit: reviews of Cr-48s have made pretty clear that they’re not the best thing ever. They don’t… Continue reading Google Gives Notebooks To Game Developers Conference Attendees
Developers who will be in or near San Francisco this Saturday may want to consider whether or not there’s room for a hackathon on their calendars. Speek announced today that it will hold a hackathon to explore app ideas related to VOIP technology. For better or worse, this will not be a multi-day event with… Continue reading Speek To Hold Developer Hackathon
It’s a simple fact that, while some developers work on uncomplicated games, others do things related to important – even sensitive – data. And it’s for those people that a group of IT security companies have arranged to hold a workshop on Protection Profile development. Apex Assurance, Aspect Labs, atsec information security, Cygnacom, and EWA… Continue reading Protection Profile Developer Workshop Scheduled
At times, it can be a bit inconvenient to live off the beaten path, and when it comes to major conferences, people often have to undertake very expensive trips unless they already live in California or New York. However, RIM’s looking to accommodate a different audience in January by holding its first-ever developer conference in… Continue reading RIM Announces First Developer Conference In Asia