Voices That Matter iPhone Developers Conference – Register to Win a Free Pass!

With the resounding success of the previous Voices That Matter iPhone Developers Conference, once again, Pearson Education and Voices That Matter have put together an impressive list of speakers for their latest event in Seattle, Washington on April 24th and 25th, 2010.

You’ll have a chance to learn from some of the best in the business, the scheduled speakers are (listed alphabetically):

* Kevin Avila
* Erik Buck
* Bob Clair
* Joe Conway
* Mike Daley
* Suzanne Ginsburg
* Aaron Hillegass
* Jonathan Rentzsch
* Erica Sadun
* Jeff Sinclair
* August Trometer

Voices That Matter is a two-day event and will offer many sessions covering the latest and most intriguing technology in application development for the iPhone and the iPad. A partial list of topics includes:

* Killer User Interfaces for iPhone OS Devices
* Core Animation
* iPhone OS Game Programming
* Audio and OpenAL
* Core Data for the iPhone OS
* Memory Management
* Xcode

Free Pass Giveaway

As we did for the conference in October of 2009, Voices That Matter and iPhone Developer Tips are giving away one free pass to the event in Seattle, quite an opportunity as the full admission price is $695 for the two-day event.

How the Contest Works

If you are interested to register for the drawing, all you need to do is click the Refer-A-Friend button below and fill in the popup form to refer one or more friends to this blog post. Make sure your email address is correct in the form, as that will be your ticket in the drawing. It’s that simple! I respect your privacy, your email will be used only for registration in the event.

We are no longer accepting entries for the drawing…

The Details

The deadline to register for the drawing is March 11th, 2010. The winner will be announced on March 12th, 2010. The drawing is for one free admission pass only, you will have to pay any additional travel or related expenses.

Good luck!

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