It’s John & Nicole
We run 360|iDev around the idea that developer conferences don’t have to suck or break the bank to attend. We started the conference because we want an inclusive place for people to learn about iOS and Mac Development. We started the conference because it's too easy to create barriers to entry for communities and we want to help reduce them.
"I take time off to go to 360|idev and it's great. It recharges me. Thank you so much. "How can you help, you ask? Well, you’re almost there. We believe in covering speaker travel and hotel because it reduces barriers to entry for underrepresented groups. We believe in offering scholarships for those who can’t otherwise attend. We need your help though.
An oldie but a goodie from now Apple Evengelist Jake Behrens.
@360iDev Thank you! The conference put my life in a direction I never imagined I'd be in. You rock!
— Jake Behrens (@behrens) February 4, 2010
A personal note from John, "I started 360|Conferences because I found the work that makes we wake up excited each day. It's a little cliche but running these events makes my heart sing. Meeting people who are speaking the for the first time, helping the person in the corner meet and make new friends that they'll have for years. Seeing people from all over the world, sharing the same experience. That's why I do this. The four days of 360|iDev are some of my favorite of the year; Seeing people knew to the community meet experts. Seeing experts share their knowledge with others. Getting to hear how those four days changed someone's career for years to come."
"The excitement of being in an environment with so many friendly and interesting people excited about the same things that I am is something that I won't forget, and something that the community-focused 360|iDev delivers"Your sustaining donations will help us keep the conference doing what it does.
Don Mowry - Attendee
Don Mowry - Attendee
The second @360iDev I attended in 2010 was my first time speaking at a conference. /5
— Joe Keeley (@jwkeeley) August 8, 2017
We can't thank you enough.