What is Indie DevStock?
Indie DevStock isn’t just about learning the latest Apple Frameworks or how to program in Swift. Indie DevStock is about making connections.
Our speakers will share their stories, experiences and ideas. Through their words, you’ll gain a better understanding of the challenges indies face and more importantly, how to overcome them. It doesn’t matter if you’re currently a successful indie developer, just starting out or trying to decide if ‘going indie’ is right for you — we’re all in this together.
In addition to the inspiration talks, you’ll also have an opportunity to attend hands-on tech talks to help level-up your skills. For example, we have an epic talk lined up regarding MVC and taming the massive controller beast.
What will you get out of the conference?
First and foremost, we want you to have fun and make connections within the community. Our goal is for you to walk away with a sense of empowerment. Indie DevStock isn’t about earning a living as an indie; it’s about making a life fueled by creativity and personal connections. Even if you’re not an indie, we want you to be a part of Indie DevStock. We are all better together.
Nashville is full of great places to eat and shop. It’s also the place where music is inspired, written, recorded and performed. That’s right! You’ll be in the heart of Music City. No matter where you go, there’s live music around every corner!
During the two-day event, not only will you have an opportunity to experience Southern Hospitality, but you’ll also get to hear some of the best live music around.
There are so many things to do in Nashville.
Why The Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Resort?
The Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Resort is like a city within a city. Whether you stay and enjoy the restaurants, bars, stores and scenery inside the hotel and on the property, or decide to go out on the town, we’ve scheduled the conference sessions in such a way that you’ll have plenty of time to explore and experience Nashville.
For a complete guide to Music City’s historical attractions and museums check out: visitmusiccity.com/nashvillehistory.