AltConf is a week-long, volunteer-driven event for developers. As it traditionally does, AltConf will take place alongside WWDC, which will also be taking place from June 8-12.
AltConf 2015 will be held in the AMC Metreon, with 1,000 seats over three theaters, and will feature talks and panel discussions over the course of the week. The conference has re-opened its call for speakers for a limited time, until Sunday, April 19 at midnight PDT. They have also announced four more speakers:
- Gwynne Raskind of blog.darkrainfall.org
- Ray Wenderlich of raywenderlich.com
- James Dempsey of jamesdempsey.net
- Brent Simmons of inessential.com
They join previously-announced speakers like Brianna Wu of Giant Spacekat, Laura Savino of Khan Academy, and Jay Freeman of Cydia.
Tickets to AltConf are free, though you can purchase a "Hero Supporter" ticket for $300. These are in limited quantity, and naturally, come with some extras. Hero Supporters will have guaranteed seating and a swag bag. AltConf will take place in the AMC Metreon, with 1,000 seats over three theaters.
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