GDG Wellington, together with Cocoaheads Wellington is proud to bring you Mobile Refresh '17' - Wellington August 25th, 2017. Our one-day conference aims to bring together 200 mobile technology enthusiasts who are interested in debating the latest developments announced at Google I/O and WWDC.
Mobile Refresh will provide content for designers, developers, testers, or just about anyone passionate about mobile development. We took your feedback on board, so this year the conference will feature a predefined stream of talks running alongside several unconference-style discussions.
While we are very privileged to receive support from Google, all attendees should expect discussions that cover both iOS and Android.
We provide three parallel tracks. There will be a mix of structured and planned talks, and un-conference style sessions, meaning that you, the attendees, decide the topics.
How mobile phones have changed New Zealanders' lives and why it matters
Containers, Kubernetes and Google Cloud
What's New in Push Notifications?
Intro to gRPC: An open source RPC framework
How to Become an IoT Developer (and Have Fun!)
Drag and Drop in iOS 11
What is Android Things and why should you care
Best Practices in Building Chatbot using Firebase and API.AI.
Managing multi-source audio-playback in iOS
Building shared code across timezones
What can we learn from 750 billion GitHub events and 42 TB of code
s/*/swift (Replacing everything with Swift)
Mobile Developer - PaperKite
Head of Mobile - Trade Me
Google Developer Group (GDG) Wellington is a friendly, inclusive, supportive, accessible, and community focused group of people that meet regularly to discuss the latest developments in Google’s ecosystem.
Cocoaheads Wellington is a group devoted to the discussion of Apple's Cocoa and CocoaTouch Frameworks for programming on iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS.
Disclaimer: GDG Wellington is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed here should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation.
We expect all people attending at our event to have read and accepted our Code of Conduct.