Thursday, November 21, 2013 18:00 at LinkedIn Building A, 599 Mathilda Ave, Sunnyvale
Ryan Blunden of Linked In is hosting the November 21, 2013 meeting of Cocoaheads - Silicon Valley
Thursday 21st of November, 6pm-9pm at LinkedIn Building A, 599 Mathilda Ave, Sunnyvale.
Follow this link to get your ticket:
Mike Ashe author of the famous Friday Q&A blog at http://www.mikeash.com/pyblog/ will be speaking on secrets of the Objective-C runtime.
If you have any questions, suggestions, anything, let me know.
We are BACK!!! After a 2 year hiatus, CocoaHeads - Silicon Valley lives again!
We also have set up a discussion group at
Speaker Sign-up: Here!
Please feel free to join in the planning of the meetings.
Why Should I Attend?
Meeting other Mac and iOS developers in person is both fun and immensely useful. There's no better way to learn Cocoa or get help with problems than being around other people who are writing Mac and iOS software.
The first few meetings will be free form. Feel free to let us know what you wish to see or present. We love seeing your apps and walk-thru.
Everyone is Welcome
Meetings are free and open to the public. Feel free to drop in even if you've never attended or aren't currently using Cocoa. We usually have a few new faces, so don't worry about being the odd one out.
If you have any questions, please email davidphilliposter(at)gmail(dot)com
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