Indie Conference: March 2015

Want updates? Find out when there's new conferences.
Monthly at most. Unsubscribe any time.

Alive In Berlin, the German conference inspired by Chris Guillebeau’s World Domination Summit, will be selling its next round of tickets on the 24 March. The actual conference is on May 29-30. I’ll be going to this one, great excuse to visit Berlin! Tickets are €419: http://aliveinberlin.com/

Earlybird sales finish this month for iOSCon 2015, the conference for iOS and Swift developers. June 15-17 in London, and tickets are just £250 + VAT (regular price is £750). https://skillsmatter.com/conferences/6687-ioscon-2015-the-conference-for-ios-and-swift-developers

The Gel conference is coming up in late April, a conference focused on customer experience in all its forms. Past speakers have included Ira Glass, Seth Godin and Marissa Mayer. Tickets are $995 until the end of March, available from http://gelconference.com/

Laracon USA has moved! For all you PHP coders, this year’s conference will be in Louisville, KY on August 11 & 12. Early bird tickets are now available for $325: http://laracon.us/

Meanwhile Laracon Europe will be held in Amsterdam in The Netherlands on August 25-26. Early bird tickets are €399: http://laracon.eu/2015/

Dates have been announced for MicroConf USA, the conference for self-funded startups and single founder software companies. It will be in Las Vegas on April 13-14. Alas, it appears to already be sold out, but you can get on the email list to be notified for 2016: http://www.microconf.com/

A new conference on the list, Úll, is in Ireland on March 30-31 and features many of the big names from the Apple scene (Jim Dalrymple, Rene Ritchie, Serenity Caldwell and more). Find out more at http://2015.ull.ie/

And lastly, Business Of Software have early bird tickets available for the UK / Europe conference and also for the US Business Of Software conference. They have also made the videos of last year’s talks available for download. You can buy them now for $150 per conference, or wait for them to published for free on their blog later this year: http://business-of-software-conference-talks.myshopify.com/

<< back to Indie Conference homepage

Want updates? Find out when there's new conferences.
Monthly at most. Unsubscribe any time.