Gizmodo’s Developers Cubed series offers a behind the scenes look into Australia’s up and coming dev scene. This week: Flipboard, Doodle Jump, Tweetie and Camera+ — all massive apps that had small beginnings. What did they all do right, and what did they all do wrong?
One More Thing is an iOS developer conference set up by MacTalk-founder Anthony Agius, and this year it brought out the big guns, inviting international developers to Melbourne to tell Australian devs how they went from zero to the top of the App Store charts and even onto acquisition by big players like Twitter.
Getting down to Melbourne for a two-day developer conference can be particularly troublesome if your boss is a little on the possessive side, though, but don't fret. Now through the wonders of the internet, you shouldn't have a problem getting in on the action you missed. All the talks — that's right, all of them — are now available to stream, DRM-free online.
It'll set you back $49, but it's cheaper than registration and travel for the conference and you can watch it with your team to get all the dev secrets you need in one hit.
Alternatively, if you're not into paying for it, the 2011 One More Thing conference videos are free to stream online here.
One thing Developers Cubed is about is fostering the amazing dev scene in Australia, and bringing real, local talent to the front page. Learning from international players can only serve to further the already talented pool of devs we already have.