This October, Outware is proudly sponsoring YOW! Connected, an innovative conference exploring the world of mobile development and Internet of Things. With 32 high-calibre speakers, and topics such as native development for iOS and Android, backend development, the growing market for IoT, UX & design, and reviews of several business case studies, you’ll find lots to learn about and be inspired by.

The conference runs from 5-6 October, at the Jasper Hotel in Melbourne.

Tickets available here.

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As creators of mobile software, we get incredibly excited at this time of year. We’re passionate about technology and love getting together with the wider community of designers, developers, testers and other technology enthusiasts to talk about all the exciting new announcements.

That’s why we’re really excited to host our first Google I/O Extended event in Melbourne. We’re bringing together the local Android development and design community to share in our excitement and to discuss and explore what’s new in Android.

Together we will watch a recap of the keynote, while enjoying some pizza and drinks. If you’re super keen, bring your laptop along and we’ll explore any new development kits that are made available and maybe hack together some fun projects.

Places are limited, so register now on Eventbrite!

YOW! Connected is only a couple of days away now, and our team is gearing up to get involved in such a great conference all about mobile development. Outware Mobile is a strong supporter of the wider development community and is sponsoring this great event again in 2015.

We have 6 speakers lined up to share our learnings about mobile development, including:

YOW! Connected is a two day conference connecting the world of mobile development and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Topics include native development for iOS and Android, the developing market for the IoT, UX & design, back end development and the review of several business case studies.

YOW! Connected provides an opportunity for Australian developers to learn from local thought leaders and specially invited international experts through the sharing of experiences developing mobile solutions and devices for the connected world.