Just finished with the iPhone Dev Con 2010 in San Diego and it was a very pleasant conference to go to. The organizers definitely have a nice balance and treated the speakers well. I enjoyed the trip and I hope that everyone who attended my sessions got something out of them.
As I promised in the sessions, here are the slides and sample code.
* [Importing and Exporting Efficiently](http://cimgf.s3.amazonaws.com/Import_Export_iPhoneDevCon10.pdf)
* [Importing Example Code](http://cimgf.s3.amazonaws.com/Import_Example.zip)
And the ZSContextWatcher is located in our [open source git hub project](git://github.com/ZarraStudios/ZDS_Shared.git).
Thank you to all of the attendees for having me and I look forward to seeing everyone at the next conference.
I remember when C4 started, the first year was a huge amount of excitement. There were going to be people at that conference, speaking at that conference, that were legends in the Mac community. The idea of being able to hear them share the secrets to their success was simply invaluable.
I regret missing that first C4 conference.
In December of this year is another opportunity for that first. The guys who put together the 360 iPhone conferences are taking the plunge and putting together a Mac conference this December. Who is going to be there?
**That is the really cool part!**
They are doing a [call for papers *right now*](http://www.360macdev.com/call-for-papers/). You can be a part of the first experience of this brand new conference. You can help make it great and make it a must attend conference.
I have submitted my paper to speak and I know I will be attending even if I do not speak.
Will I see you there? I hope that I do.