Droidcon 2010 took place in Berlin, on May 26 and May 27. Five of us attended the first day of the conference (Robert, Andre, Ricky, Marcel and myself), while only me and Robert attended the second day. The following are my impressions on the event.
Alex wrote a summary of iPhone OS 4.0's changes for developers, which is available to read at maclife.de (in German)
There has been quite a buzz about Apple's new developer guidelines that now contain clause 3.3.1:
Read on for our opinion about this.
Our very own Alex wrote a piece about the ins and outs of Apple's new Mac Developer Program, which you can read at maclife.de (in German).
Barcelona was quite rainy and cold this time, but the Mobile World Congress was way cooler than last year. Read on for our our experiences in Barcelona 2010!
The NSConference is one of the best conferences for Mac and iPhone developers alike. Needless to say that Enough Software had to be present. Read on for Alex's report!
It has been a really nice journey to the CTIA 2009 convention - the first (and possibly last?) time in San Diego, a city located directly at the border to Mexico, so it was a very nice climatic change to Bremen's cold and wet weather right now. During the show and the corresponding parties we met awfully lot of nice folks, the future will look much cooler if we all succeed with our goals.
I personally look very much forward to seeing more about moofwd (that translates to 'move forward', I didn't get that). From what I understand they have a 'very rapid app building' tool chain which is - you would have guessed that - based on J2ME Polish. The founders are quite cool and have some trippy business cards
We are already working on the third edition of our Mobile Developer's Guide. It will include new chapters about native Symbian and Maemo development. As usual, your input is highly appreciated. So please check out the current edition and let us know what you think is missing by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the upcoming Java Spektrum magazine (published on November 20th) you will find an interview with Robert about Enough Software and J2ME Polish.