Monday, July 18th, 2016, 7pm
About CocoaHeads (Köln)
CocoaHeads is a group devoted to the discussion of Apple’s Cocoa and CocoaTouch Frameworks for programming on MacOS X and iOS. During monthly meetings, members present their projects and offer tutorials on various programming topics.
We are the CocoaHeads Cologne Chapter, hosted by Mobile2b. We get together for informal short talks and demos and sharing our knowledge.
Make sure to also visit our Meetup page.
When and Where
We meet on the third Monday of each month at 7 PM in the office of Mobile2b:
Maastrichter Straße 45, second floor
Just ring the bell of Mobile2b GmbH to get in. On meeting days there will usually be an extra CocoaHeads sign at the bell as well.
If you still can’t get in or need help finding the office just call us at +49 (0)221 63060856-0.
- Joachim Kurz @cocoafrog
- Robert Vennemann @RobertVennemann
- Michael Ochs @_mochs
- Christian Stahl
- Alex Hoppen @ahoppen
- Leon Dokkum
- Marc Kalmes @mkalmes
- Martin Bernemann
We are happy to welcome you at our CocoaHeads meeting, but please drop us a short email telling us that you plan to come. This way we know how many people plan to come and can organize enough seats. You can also:
- Follow us on Twitter: @cocoaheads_cgn
- Join our Mailinglist
- Join our Facebook Group
- Join our Meetup Group
- Subscribe to our Google Calendar
Information for Speakers
Resolution: FullHD (1920×1080)
Ports: HDMI, VGA
Available Adapters: DisplayPort/Thunderbolt to HDMI
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