About iOS Conf SG

iOS Conf SG aims to bring the iOS developers in this region and the world together. The world’s top iOS developers, bloggers, book authors and trainers are coming together for 2 days. The participants can meet like-minded iOS developers, have fun, learn from one another and find opportunities for collaboration. Attendees come as a group of iOS professionals, students or enthusiasts sharing a common interest to learn and build great iOS apps.

The main goal of iOS Conf SG is learning something new that we all can use in our day-to-day development practices. The speakers will share their knowledge about iOS tools, technologies and best practices they used when they developed various applications. The mission is that every attendee leaves as a better iOS developer.

Please read our Code of Conduct: We will enforce it strictly on all our attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers.

Watch the videos of iOS Conf SG - 2016 and iOS Conf SG - 2015

Speakers


  • Jesse Squires
    @jesse_squires

    iOS dev at PlanGrid
    Writer at swiftlybrief. Co-host of swift_unwrapped


  • Nick Lockwood
    @nicklockwood

    Author of iOS Core Animation: Advanced Techniques, iCarousel, FXForms


  • Sam Davies
    @iwantmyrealname

    Developer, author and trainer at raywenderlich.com


  • Veronica Ray
    @nerdonica

    iOS dev at LinkedIn
    Mistress of mutability, method swizzling and metaprogramming


  • Rob Napier
    @cocoaphony

    Co-author of iOS Programming Pushing the Limits


  • Sommer Panage
    @sommer

    Mobile dev @chorus.
    Previously at Twitter, Apple


  • Greg Heo
    @gregheo

    Swift and iOS nerd, sometimes writer,
    iOS dev at Instagram


  • Marcin Krzyzanowski
    @krzyzanowskim

    Creator of CryptoSwift
    ObjectivePGP, PSPDFKit fellow


  • Omer Iqbal
    @olenhad

    iOS dev at SEA Group. Loves his pet dragon


  • Jinny Wong
    @shujinh

    Engineering Manager at Carousell


  • Joshua Liebowitz
    @taquitos

    Fastlane.tools engineer.
    Fabric at Google.


  • Tim Oliver
    @timoliverau

    iOS developer @Realm.io
    Creator of iComics app


  • Jorge Ortiz
    @jdortiz

    Indie iOS developer dedicated to
    mobile development, security, and systems architecture


  • Matthew Cheok
    @matthewcheok

    iOS developer at Facebook
    Co-creator of Jibber


  • Maciej Piotrowski
    @paciej00

    iOS developer @swiftingio


  • Kim Foong Chow
    Kim Foong Chow

    Senior Lecturer at Nanyang Polytechnic


  • Dominik Cygalski
    Dominik Cygalski

    Software Engineer


  • Nikhil Sharma
    @menikhil

    Mobile developer at SPGroup,
    Co-creator of Jibber


  • Shipeng Xu
    @1991bill

    Mobile developer at PayPal
    Creator of 3D pixel artist


  • Marius Rackwitz
    @mrackwitz

    Indie iOS Developer,
    Core Member of CocoaPods


  • Andrew Eng
    @AndrewEwy

    Lead iOS developer at SEA Group


  • Yeo Kheng Meng
    Yeo Kheng Meng

    IoT Engineer at SPGroup
    Creator of SwiftSerial library


  • Deepank Vora
    Deepank Vora

    Software Engineer at PayPal
    Creator of Alight

Schedule

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Time Day 1 - 19th of October (Thursday) Day 2 - 20th of October (Friday)
08:00 a.m. - 09:45 a.m. Registration + Breakfast Breakfast
9:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Opening Address Opening Address
10:00 a.m. - 10:35 a.m. Polymorphism with Protocols
Matthew Cheok - Facebook
Fly Me To The View
Jorge Ortiz - @jdortiz
10:35 a.m. - 11:10 a.m. To be! Or not? Optionals in practice
Rob Napier - iOS Programming Pushing the Limits
Exploring Swift’s numeric protocols
Jesse Squires - PlanGrid
11:10 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. Break Break
11:25 a.m. - 12 noon One navigator to rule them all
Sommer Panage - Chorus
Developing and testing permissions flows
Veronica Ray - LinkedIn
12 noon - 12:35 p.m. Scaling beyond Storyboards
Nick Lockwood - @nicklockwood
Open Source is Awesome: How it Makes us all Better Developers
Tim Oliver - Realm
12:35 p.m. - 02:00 p.m. Lunch Lunch
02:00 p.m. - 02:35 p.m. Lightning Talks
Kheng Meng Yeo - BLE Localiser and Control

Andrew Eng - Bypassing Jailbreak Detection

Nikhil Sharma - Network debugging with Jibber
Lightning Talks
Shipeng Xu - Design a Voxel Rendering Engine

Marius Rackwitz - DIY SmartHome

Deepank Vora - Testing location-aware apps without moving
02:35 p.m. - 03:10 p.m. Compiler Sanitizers for Fun and Profit
Greg Heo - Facebook
Wait, don’t click “Fix Issue”!
Joshua Liebowitz - Google
03:10 p.m. - 03:45 p.m. S̷̛̺͈͖̑̆̾ẗ̶̼͇̙͇́̅͋͋̾͝r̷̨̥̟͓͓̂̚̚͠i̴͙̰͛͐̐͜͠ṋ̴̨͖̼̫̠̈́̓̈́̄́g̷̡̱͉̺̥̉̕͘͜͜s̸̤̰͒̉ in swift

Omer Iqbal - SEA Group
Power-Up Your App With Apple’s Machine Learning Frameworks
Kim Foong Chow - NYP
03:45 p.m. - 04:10 p.m. Coffee Break Coffee Break
04:10 p.m. - 04:45 p.m. Codeable in Swift 4
Sam Davies - RayWenderlich.com
Slow Swift
Marcin Krzyzanowski - PSPDFKit
04:45 p.m. - 05:20 p.m. One blind weekend
Jinny Wong - Carousell
Locating the Yeti with iOS
Maciej Piotrowski
Dominik Cygalski
05:20 p.m. Closing Address Closing Address
07:00 p.m. No activities on Day-1 After-party at at Brewerkz, Riverside Point
One-way shuttle bus will be provided. There will be food, beer and iOS friends.

Sponsors

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We are looking for sponsors! Would you like to help the iOS community grow and make the presence of your company known to the community at the same time?

Download our Sponsor Kit or contact subh@iosconf.sg for more information!

Frequently asked questions

What is the focus of iOS Conf SG - 2017?
This year's conference is going to be focused largely on the Swift programming language. We have content for every participant irrespective of their skill level to become a better iOS developer.

What's the best way to reach to the conference venue?
Nanyang Polytechnic is in the northern part of Singapore. It is within a walking distance from the Yio Chu Kang MRT. Check here to find out the other alternative mode of transportation.

Will there be a call for speakers?
There is no call for speakers this year. All the talks are finalized and speakers are hand-picked by the organizers. 13 of them are overseas speakers coming from different parts of the world.

What do I get for each conference ticket?
Access to the two-day conference and includes breakfasts, lunches and refreshments.
We also have swag such as T-Shirt (and more), and the After Party on 20 Oct.
* Do note that you have to be of legal drinking age to attend the After Party.

Can I buy one day ticket (i.e. for 19 Oct or 20 Oct only)?
Sorry, we do not sell one-day tickets because of logistical challenges.

I am a student and want to attend the conference but I cannot afford to buy a ticket. Are there any tickets for students?
You can purchase a Student ticket at S$50.00 as long as the tickets are available. If Student tickets are sold out then contact the organizers to show your interest.

How do I qualify for Student ticket?
You need to be a full-time student somewhere. All we ask for is a photo/scan of your Student Pass sent to subh@iosconf.sg after you make the purchase. We operate on trust.

I am a staff or student at Nanyang Polytechnic. Will I get additional discounts or a FREE ticket?
Kindly contact, Ms Cally NG (6550 1654) from the School of Information Technology. She will be able to assist you with this.

What is the cancellation and refund policy?
We do not allow cancellation of tickets for iOS Conf SG. However, you can transfer your ticket to someone else if you are not able to attend the conference. Kindly contact the organizers who can help you with this.

When can I find the complete list of talks?
The agenda will be updated on our website closer to the date. You are encouraged to register early to get super early-bird and early-bird discounts.

Is there a group discount?
YES! You can select the group booking when you purchase 3 or more tickets. Group booking tickets are 20% cheaper.

What are the sponsorship opportunities?
We are looking for sponsors! Kindly check our Sponsor Kit and contact Subh if you are interested.

Venue

Theatre for the Arts, Nanyang Polytechnic
180 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Singapore, 569830