20
Sep
2010
 

Call for Papers

by Marcus Zarra

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. 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.

Marcus Zarra

Marcus S. Zarra is a founding partner of MartianCraft, LLC. He has been developing Cocoa software since 2003, Java software since 1996, and has been in the industry since 1985. Currently Marcus is producing software for iOS and OS X. In addition to writing software, he assists other developers by blogging about development and supplying code samples on Cocoa Is My Girlfriend. Marcus is also the author of Core Data (2nd edition): Data Storage and Management for iOS, OS X, and iCloud and Co-Author of Core Animation: Simplified Animation Techniques for Mac and iPhone Development. You can find Marcus on Twitter, on App.net and on StackOverflow.

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chicagobob says:

There are actually a lot of conferences going on this fall. Daniel posted a list a few weeks ago. http://www.red-sweater.com/blog/1384/fall-conferences

While we all miss C4, in 5 weeks there is a new one in Chicago too, I’m helping David Kinney run it. http://www.SecondConf.com/

The speaking slots are filled up, we have an open call for Blitz Talks and there are a few slots left. October is a great time to visit Chicago. This is also going to be a great conference.

chicagobob says:

PS: also people can still register, registration is still open. And, of course, there’s a great pub near by, in fact, in the hotel lobby, see the site for details. Hope to see you there too.