The following organizations are helping to make CocoaConf awesome!
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For more information about becoming a CocoaConf sponsor, drop us a line at info@cocoaconf
CocoaHeads, NSCoderNight and other groups are playing a huge role in bringing CocoaConf to the Chicago area. Several of our speakers are group organizers and almost all of them are active participants. If you haven't been to a CocoaHeads meeting or NSCoder Night, find the group near you and get involved. There is much we can learn from each other and many good times to be had.
NSCoder Night DC
NSCoder Night DC. As the name might imply, we are the DC Area chapter of NSCoder Night. Basically, we are a weekly get-together of developers interested in Cocoa programming for Mac OS X and iPhone. Every Tuesday night for last 4 years we have met to hang out together, code and help each other. In addition to expected antics of a bunch of geeks getting together, we are also strong believers of eating pastries on a regularly scheduled basis. If you happen to be in DC area, on a tuesday night and feel like a pastry and some geeking out, come on over and join us.
Meetings are the fourth Thursday of the month
Come out for great presentations, networking and a lot of fun. Find out more details at http://www.trianglecocoa.com.
Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/trianglecocoa.
CocoaHeads DC is the capital region's premiere Apple-oriented monthly meetup group. While we take our name from Apple’s programming framework for Mac OS X, including the iPhone, we also delve into other Apple-related technologies such as MacRuby and mobile Safari. Our meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month where members present projects and tutorials.
More information can be found at our site http://www.cocoaheadsdc.org.
If your group would like be a CocoaConf partner write to us at info@cocoaconf