The two day conference features seventeen of 2012’s best app developers from the US, China, UK, Canada and New Zealand.
The 25th of May features two mini-conferences at the La Maison de Maître in Carlton and focus upon app design and programming. Each mini-conference has a limit of 30 people.
The main conference runs from 10am on Saturday the 26th, with eleven different speakers discusses their stories in app development and design.
Headlining the two days are:
Founder of atebits and Twitter app developer Tweetie Loren Brichter is a winner of the Apple Design Award. His app Tweetie was No.1 on the paid, grossing and free App Store charts, plus he worked with Apple on the original iPhone.
Developer and designer Raphael Schaad works with hugely successful app Flipboard in California. The Swiss-born coder redefined writing software with his involvement in iA Writer.
One half of Big Bucket Software and designer at Panic Neven Mrgan has flown across from Portland, USA and will feature in the Programming mini-conference.
iPhone app developer Matt Rix is the creator of Trainyard, and former senior developer at Indusblue in Toronto, Canada. Last year he founded innovative mobile game company, Magicule.
For those interested, tickets cost $499 for the mini-conferences and $349 for the main conference. They are available at onemorething.com.au.