Tag Archive: iOSDevCamp 2012

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    by Angie Chang

    How To Win A Hackathon (iOSDevCamp 2012)

    Foodspotting, the leading app for rating dishes at restaurants, made its first public debut at iPhoneDevCamp 2009 when Alexa Andrzejewski pitched the idea in search of co-founders and won Best Social App. This year, Alexa returned and led her team, including Foodspotting’s own IOS developers, to win “Best Open Source,” a top honor at iOSDevCamp 2012, for FilterKit. She shares her experience & tips for making the most of hackathons, especially as a non-developer, below.

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    by Angie Chang

    Make An iOS App In 48 Hours At iOSDevCamp 2012 (July 20-22)

    eBay’s women in tech group is sponsoring tickets to women who enjoy coding or designing iOS apps.

    By Jennifer Holmes (Organizer, iOSDevCamp 2012)

    “Women in Tech” could mean a variety of different women, from the serious coder to the UI designer to the CEO.

    Although occasionally women are in short supply in the engineering department, we are working hard to change that across the board. iOSDevCamp has always had good diversity in its attendees – and now it’s about to get a whole lot better.

    eBay’s Women in Technology group is sponsoring free tickets to any women who enjoy coding or designing iPhone/iPad apps.