Yosemite Apple developer conference to be held in Yosemite National Park April 20-23

CocoaConf will be putting on a new Apple-centric conference called Yosemite. Coming in April 2015, the conference calls together developers, designers, and enthusiasts to talk about Apple's platforms, including OS X Yosemite. The event actually takes place at Yosemite National Park, and will feature speakers such as Andy Ihnatko, Jim Dalrymple, and iMore's own Serenity Caldwell.

In addition to talks about Apple design and development, there will be a number of additional activities for participants. You'll have several opportunities to get out and explore the park. There will be guided hikes, a photo walk, and a Breakpoint Jam with James Dempsey.

The conference runs from Monday, April 20 through Thursday, April 23. No word yet on pricing, but registration opens at some point today. Are you interested in the Yosemite conference? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

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