Call for Presenters 2017
The /dev/world/2017 call for presenters (CFP) is now open! We're looking for talks from developers, designers, tinkerers, hackers, and makers of all skills levels, and at all levels of public speaking experience.

The timeline for the CFP is as follows:
* 17 April 2017 - CFP opens
* 15 May 2017 - CFP closes
* 12 June 2017 - speaker notifications

/dev/world/2017 runs on Tuesday, 29 August 2017, and Wednesday, 30 August 2017, with a day of optional workshops beforehand, on Monday, 28 August 2017.

/dev/world accepts talks on any topic of interest to those developing for Apple technologies and platforms, such as macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS.

We're also interested in talks for those developing using Apple platforms, for other platforms, including the web, and cross-platform application and game development.

Topics we'd love to see this year are listed below, but the list is not exhaustive, and we're interested in anything fits the above description!

* best practices for architecting Swift apps
* working with the Swift Open Source project, particularly Swift on the server
* using Swift on other platforms, such as Android, or Linux
* using languages and technologies such as Python, Ruby, Node.js, on iOS and macOS
* iOS game development using anything from SceneKit to Cocos 2D to Unity 3D
* cross-platform development tools, such as React Native or Xamarin
* successes and failures in development and design
* testing and quality assurance
* working with cloud services
* hardware, internet-of-things, and makers
* user experience and design for phones, tablets, TV, watches, and desktops

Sessions can be in the form of 30 minute sessions, 40 minute sessions, or half-day workshops.

For more information, including our speaker support policy, please visit the website:

All presenters must abide by the AUC Code of Conduct:

Got a question? Email us: devworld AT

Submit a Presentation
Session Title *
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Session Format *
Intended Audience *
e.g. beginner iOS programmers, macOS designers, experienced programmers, network programmers, etc.
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Theme *
Categorise your proposal. You can make multiple choices here, but please select as few as possible. This helps us schedule your talk more effectively. If you think we missed something, feel free to suggest a theme using the "Other" selection.
Session Details *
Tell us what the talk or workshop will cover. Keep it concise and in the present tense ("This talk covers widget programming with ...", not "This session will cover..."). Write it such that it can be put into a program guide with minimal (or no) rewriting.
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Presenter Information
Name *
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Email *
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Contact Phone
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Company, University, School, or other Affiliation. This will be displayed on the website if you are accepted.
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Tell us a little about yourself. This should be written in the third person, e.g. "Sally has been a coder at XYZ Co., and ...", so that it can be published as a short bio on the web site and event guide.
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Please include any other information about you or your proposal that you think is relevant. Please include a brief summary of any previous AUC events that you have attended or presented at. If you've spoken at other conferences, let us know here.
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