iOS Conf SG - 2020 is going to be the 5th edition of iOS Conference in Singapore. It is in Singapore from 16th to 18th of January 2020. We are committed to featuring high-quality speakers and topics on iOS SDK, tools, and Swift programming.
Our goal is to enable participants with practical knowledge that they can use every day while building iOS applications.
Check our videos of previous years here
iOS Conf SG is a three-day, single-track conference. We’re having a workshop on the first day of the conference.
We welcome speakers all over the world who are willing to share their knowledge in front of close to 250 participants.
iOS Conf SG is a paid conference. We respect the time and money of our participants. And hence, we do not accept proposals from first-time speakers.
However, if you have spoken at a developer meetup before and you are confident to speak and share your experience in front of a larger audience, then we will be more than happy to look at what you want to share.
It is strictly forbidden to advertise products/services of any company during your talk. It is possible to mention products/services only by way of example or if commonly considered mainstream (like Google, Facebook, Red Hat, etc.). It is also allowed to quote your own company within 1 minute of introduction, to talk about yourself and your professional background.
We do not consider any sponsored talks.
Type of Submission
You may submit proposals for any of these talks:
- Talk (Time limit: ~30-40 mins)
- Lightning talks (Time Limit: ~5-10 mins)
We are looking for proposals in these areas (you may choose topics of your choice beyond these areas):
Swift / iOS development methodologies, best practices, design patterns, and tools
We do not accept any non-programming topics and we do not accept topics on React Native or topics on other cross-platform tools.
If you are submitting a CFP for the first time, please refer to this excellent post from Gopher Acadamy to get some tips.
Practical usage of a topic is one of our primary criteria while selecting a topic. So we usually don’t choose topics where we fail to see a practical use case.