Indie Conference: June 2017
IndieCade, iOS Dev UK, Android DevCon
This month we've got updates from IndieCade, iOS Dev UK, Android DevCon, a discount for Twilio London, and Annie Mueller's new indie writing course.
As always, if you know of new conferences for the list, send me a message at https://www.indieconference.com/contact/ and I'll check it out!
IndieCade is on 6 - 8 October in Los Angeles, USA. This is IndieCade's 10th year celebrating indie games, with previews of over 200 upcoming games, and talks and workshops for indie developers in their IndieXchange track.
AnDevCon: Android Developer Conference early bird ticket pricing ends June 30. AnDevCon is the largest Android conference on the US east coast, with three conference tracks covering Android Fundamentals, Cross-Platform Development and Machine Learning / AI. The conference is on July 17 - 19 in Washington DC.
iOS Dev UK is on 4 - 7 September in Aberystwyth, Wales. It's been running since 2011, attracting independent iOS developer to Wales every year since. Early bird tickets are also available until the end of June.
Assembly Summer is on 3 - 6 August, Helsinki, Finland. It's the longest running Demoscene event in the world, focusing on the intersection of art & technology through its demo competitions.
Twilio Signal London is confirmed for 19 September. Signal is for indie developers (and developers at large companies) working on apps using Twilio's APIs for SMS and telephony integration. Early bird discount finishes on June 30 (tonight), saving £170. See below for a discount code!
15% off Signal London: Our friends at Twilio are giving Indie
Conference subscribers a 15% discount on tickets to their Signal
London conference (19 September 2017, London, UK). Speakers this
year include Jeff Lawson and Patrick Malatack from Twilio, Lorna
Mitchell from IBM and Erik Romijn from DashCare.
Discount code only available to email subscribers!
Call For Submissions
IndieCade 2017 (October 6-8, Los Angeles, California) games submissions close tonight (June 30). There is a submission fee of $140: http://www.indiecade.com/submissions
Xojo Developer's Conference (Denver, CO, USA) call for speakers ends June 30. Their audience is developers using the Xojo cross-platform programming language, most of whom are solo developers or small consulting businesses. Becoming a speaker also entitles you to a 50% discount on conference registration. The conference is on 25 - 27 April 2018. To send an application, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or read more here: http://blog.xojo.com/2017/03/31/13-tips-for-a-successful-xdc-session-submission/
Business Of Software USA (18 - 20 September, Boston, MA) applications for lightning talks are now open, closing on July 21st. Lightning talks are short and snappy - just 7 minutes long and convey one key idea or actionable takeaway. http://businessofsoftware.org/2017/06/apply-lightning-talk-bos-usa-2017
This month is heavy on the tech and programming side of indie, but if you're more of an indie writer, you might be interested in Annie Mueller's course on prolific non-fiction writing. (Or if you're an indie developer, maybe you want to crank out blog posts faster to promote your product and get more incoming traffic.)
Write More Words, Faster launches tomorrow, with pay-what-you-choose price tiers. I'm looking forward to this one, especially because I think Annie's been reading my mind, or hacked into my business metrics dashboard and realized how much content I need to crank out every month to hit business goals.
What's On Next Month:
AnDevCon: Android Developer Conference: The largest Android conference on the US east coast. (17 - 19 July 2017, Washington DC, USA)
Laracon US: Conference dedicated to the Laravel PHP framework. Featuring Taylor Otwell, Jeffrey Way (of Laracasts) and Justin Jackson as speakers. (25 - 26 July 2017, New York, NY, USA)