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NSSpain 2021: Remote Edition is an online, continuous 36 hours conference, carefully crafted by the community for the community.

[ Nov 18th & 19th ] 2021

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[ of talks & community ]

[ from all around the world ]

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NSSpain 2021: Remote Edition is an online, 36 hours conference. Yes, you read that right, we'll start on Thursday and finish on Friday, running 36 hours continuously. We did it as a expriment in 2020 and it worked incredibly well, so we are making it again in 2021!

How does it work? There will be three MCs, one in the timezones covering Europe and Africa, another one in the timezones covering Asia and Oceania, and a third one live in North, Central and South Americas! If you’re currently based in a station on Antarctica these MCs should cover your needs too. Take a look at the schedule to get an idea of how we'll make it work.

All the talks will be recorded and will be available for the attendees right after the conference. Our flexible schedule means you can drop in and out whenever you please, so you can fit the event around your schedule.

Sounds like fun? Join us for another event you won't forget! 😊

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[ MCs ]

Daniel Steinberg
Dim Sum Thinking

Daniel is the author of more than a dozen books including the best selling books A Swift Kickstart and Dear Elena. He has written apps for the iPhone and the iPad since the SDKs first appeared and has written programs for the Mac all the way back to System 7. Daniel presents SwiftUI, Functional Programming, and Swift training and consults through his company Dim Sum Thinking. When he's not coding or talking about coding for the Mac, the iPhone, and the iPad he's probably cooking, baking bread, or hanging out with friends.

Berta Devant

Berta is an iOS developer, swift ❀️ and director of Women Who Code Barcelona. She loves learning how things work, using technology to build products πŸ€– and good β˜•οΈ.

Tim Oliver

Tim's been a fanboy of iOS development since the iPhone 3G and has been doing it professionally since 2013. Originally from Australia, he's currently working as an iOS software engineer at Drivemode in Japan where he's helping to build iOS software that integrates with automotive hardware. Tim loves contributing to open source software and maintains a variety of iOS libraries on his GitHub account, helping to power apps by companies of the likes of Google and Discord. In his free time, he loves playing video games and subjecting hapless souls to his karaoke singing.


[ Tickets ]
Tickets grant access to all the conference happening during November 18th & 19th, and a box of goodies delivered to your door.
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[ Schedule ]
Enjoy a conference full of talks you'd love to watch!

Day 1
Nov [ Day 18th ]

[ 08:30am UTC ]
πŸ‘‹ Presentation
[ 09:00am UTC ]
Awesome Talks
[ Awesome Speaker ]
[ 05:00pm UTC ]
🍷 1st party: networking with fellow developers
[ 07:00pm UTC ]
Awesome Talks
[ Awesome Speaker ]

Day 2
Nov [ Day 19th ]

[ 12:00am UTC ]
Awesome Talks
[ Awesome Speaker ]
[ 02:00am UTC ]
🍷 2nd party: networking with fellow developers
[ 04:00am UTC ]
Awesome Talks
[ Awesome Speaker ]
[ 11:00am UTC ]
🍷 3rd party: networking with fellow developers
[ 01:00pm UTC ]
Awesome Talks
[ Awesome Speaker ]
[ 07:00pm UTC ]
❀️ Closing party: thank you for being part of this special event

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