For a complete up-to-date list of iOS developer events in 2017 and 2018, check out our new conferences page.
Mobile developer conference is not relatively a new trend but developers have started to realize the importance and benefits of participating in such events just now. Following are some major iOS developer conferences that are going to be held in 2017. Let’s introduce the participation fees and other details about these conferences.
dot Swift is going to be held on 27 January 2017 in Paris, France. Although the full list of speakers hasn’t been announced yet however some of the confirmed speakers are Michele Titolo from Capital One, Drew McCormack, Logan Wright and Roy Marmelstein. Tickets are available for 129-249 Euros.
Playgrounds is going to be held on 23-24 February 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. Some of the speakers are Matt Comi, Chris Eidhof, Greg Heo , Ayaka Nonaka and Erica Sadun. The standard ticket price is A$800 while the early bird tickets are available for A$700.
ForwardSwift is going to be held on 28 February to 04 March 2017 in San Francisco, USA. Some of the speakers are Dani Arnaout from Sally, Paul Stringer from Equal Experts, Javi Sato from Twitter, Ethan Fan from TrackMyFitness, Shruti Malugu from Microsoft and many others. The tickets are available for $199 on their official website.
try! Swift is going to be held on 02-04 March 2017 in Tokyo, Japan. Some of the speakers are Felix Krause, Agnes Vasarhelyi, Soroush Khanlou, Nate Cook, Kyle Fuller and Meghan Kane. The tickets are available for $250 to $350. try! Swift covers Swift programming best practices and latest innovations about iOS development.
iOSCon 2017 is going to be held on 30-31 March 2017 in London, England. The tickets are available for 395 Euros on their official website. The main purpose of iOSCon 2017 is to help iOS developers from all over the globe share ideas about iOS development and its technologies. Although the list of speakers hasn’t been announced yet, but considering Nicola Zaghini and Assaf Gelber were here last year, iOSCon 2017 is going to surprise this year’s attendees too.
RWDevCon is going to be held on 30 March to 01 April 2017 in Virginia, USA. Some of the speakers have been confirmed and they are Christine Abernathy, Ryan Ackermann, Jawwad Ahmad, Gemma Barlow and Josh Berlin. The tickets are available for $999 to $1,999 on their official website.
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UIKonf is going to be held on 14-17 May 2017 in Berlin, Germany. The early bird tickets are available for 469 Euros while the regular tickets are available for 529 Euros. They haven’t released the speaker list however this conference allows the community to choose half of its speakers which is pretty amazing.
SwiftConf is going to be held on 26-27 September 2017 in Cologne, Germany. The early bird tickets are available for 199 Euros. Some of the speakers are Ash Furrow from Artsy, Manu Rink from Microsoft and Andreas Muth from Seven Principles AG. This conference mainly focuses on new advancements and innovations in Swift programming and iOS development.
droidCon London is going to be held on 26-27 October 2017 in London England. Some of the speakers are Noah Falstein, Chris Banes, Scott Alexander, Derek Rozycki and Paco Estevez. More information about the conference, speakers and ticket prices is available on their official website.
CocoaConf Yosemite is going to be held on 20-23 March 2017 in California, USA. The tickets are available for $499 to $1,599. Some of the speakers are David Smith, Ashley Nelson, Andy Ihnatko, Georgia Dow and Matt Drance. CocoaConf Yosemite is a well known iOS developer conference that gets hundreds of attendees every year.
Apple Worldwide Developers Conference aka WWDC is the most popular iOS developers conference in the world and thousands of people from all over the globe attend this conference every year; although the details about WWDC 2017 haven’t been released yet but WWDC should be on your wish list.
360|iDev is going to be held on 13-16 August 2017 in Denver, USA. The tickets are available for $799-$1,049 on their official website. Some of the speakers are Tom Harrington, Cate Huston, Ashley Nelson, Mike Lee and Josh Michaels. 360|iDev not only focuses on iOS community but it also covers Mac technologies as well.
Mobile + Web Devcon
Mobile + Web Devcon is going to be held on 01-03 March 2017 in San Francisco, USA. This conference focuses on mobile app development including iOS and Android development. The tickets are available for $995 to $1,895 on their official website. Some of the speakers are Daniel Burke, Sam Wilsea and Andria Jensen.
MobileTechCon is going to be held on 13-16 March 2017 in Munich Germany. The tickets are available for 399 to 1,199 Euros. The conference focuses on Android and iOS app development and freelancers are encouraged to attend this conference to learn about latest technologies.
MobCon is going to be held on 25-26 March 2017 in Sofia, Bulgaria. This is one of the most popular mobile development conferences in the world. The tickets are available for 59.99 to 79.99 Euros and some of the speakers are Alberto Lopez, Anton McConville and Cesar Valiente.
CodeMobile is happening in Chester, UK, starting 17 April 2017. This is a conference focus on mobile development, both iOS and Android and the speaker list has well known names. Tickets are already on sale for 50-350 Pounds.
CodeMobile’s sister conference is a frontend and UX focused event taking place in Chester, UK between the 31st October 2017 – 1st November 2017 with additional workshops on the 30th of October. For more details, see CodeFrontEnd.co.uk.
App Builders Switzerland
App Builders Switzerland is going to be held on 24-25 April 2017 in Zurich Switzerland. The tickets are available for 299CHF but the prices are subject to change later. Some of the speakers are Ash Furrow, Adrian Kosmaczewski, Anastasiia Voitova and Cesar Valiente.
MCE3 is going to be held on 08-09 May 2017 in Warsaw, Poland. The tickets are available for 299 to 420 Euros on their official website. Some of the speakers are Francisco Franco, Jonathan Flint and Samantha Miller.
We would keep updating the list of upcoming mobile developers conferences in 2017.
Looking forward in 2018, date confirmations are starting to emerge too.
Returning to Chester, CodeMobile is a UK developer conference and an opportunity to network, collaborate and share ideas with other like minded people. The 2018 event will happen between 2nd-5th April. For more details, check out CodeMobile.co.uk.