While I didn’t have a clear output to show for my efforts, I made the complexity of the task apparent. I got to know the people working on projects in the same room. Most importantly, I became inspired to learn more about CSS3. By Veronica Ray (Senior, Duke University) I’m a rising senior at Duke [...]
Posts Tagged "iOSDevCamp"
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 [...]
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, [...]
By Anna Billstrom (Developer, Momentus Media) I occasionally spend an entire weekend, almost 24 hours in the day, hunkered over my computer in a fluorescent room, amongst others also lit by the back glow of their MacBooks. I can’t really explain this to non-technical friends and family. It’s San Jose, it’s July, it’s sunny… what [...]
By Sophia Perl (Producer, PicPredict) A fellow iOS developer buddy of mine told me about iOSDevCamp, so I decided to register and check it out. The hackathon follows a similar format of a Startup Weekend: Friday night –- networking, idea pitches, some teams form. Saturday -– teams done forming, hack hack hack. Sunday — hack, [...]