iOSDevCamp Colorado

Returning in 2020 in Colorado Springs • Our 10th year!

What's iOSDevCamp?

iOSDevCamp is an informal conference-style event for iOS app developers of all skill levels. The event is on a Friday evening and then all day Saturday:

  • Friday evening, 6:30PM - 9:30PM: Socialize, network, hang out, and plan for Saturday
  • Saturday, 9AM - 6PM: All day presentations, demos, and workshops from the best damn iOS developers in Colorado. Exact schedule TBD, but it’s always a day full of awesome.

We’ll provide Friday night drinks, and coffee and lunch on Saturday. For those who want to explore, a wide array of eating and drinking establishments are close by.

Dates are TBD due to COVID-19 concerns. We had hoped to return in the spring, as we’ve done in the past. We’ll return as soon as it seems safe. To find out when that is, sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Twitter.

Where is it?

We plan to return to Epicentral Coworking, at 415 N Tejon Street in Colorado Springs. They’ve hosted us for several years and were our choice for spring 2020.


Registration information will be available as soon as we decide that it’s safe to hold the event. In the meantime, sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Twitter so that you’ll know when that happens.

Speak at iOSDevCamp Colorado!

Ever thought about doing a conference talk? This is your lucky day! This is a participatory event, and the more people who participate, the better the event for everyone.

iOSDevCamp Colorado is a learing experience for everyone involved, including speakers. If you’ve never done a talk before, you can start with us. No really, you can do it. We’re happy to help you put a talk together. If you prefer to do it yourself, that’s awesome too.

You don’t need to be an expert. Our attendees have a wide range of experience. Beginner level talks are extremely welcome.

Topics and Formats

Topics can be anything of interest to an audience of iOS software developers. Technical topics are most common, but relevant non-technical sessions are good too. Anything that’s not obviously marketing-oriented is fair game.

Talks fall into two groups: general presentations and blitz talks.

General presentations can be slide-oriented talks, Xcode-oriented demos, or pretty much whatever works. They usually run 25-50 minutes, but more or less is OK if you let us know in advance (for scheduling purposes). Blitz talks are short 5-minute presentations. They’re good for short topics, and also for people unaccustomed to speaking in front of a group (you know it’ll be over quick!).

We don’t need to see slides or detailed summaries in advance. We do need to know what you’d like to cover, and what format you prefer.


If you’d like to give it a try, let us know! You can reach us on Twitter or by email.


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This event would not be possible without the support of our sponsors.

Our main sponsor is Epicentral Coworking. They have graciously donated their space for iOSDevCamp for the past several years. Thanks, Epicentral!

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