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Women, people of color, students can win scholarships to CocoaLove iOS conference

Organized by a team in Philly and drawing iOS developers from around the country, CocoaLove is back for another year. Get your tickets now.

At CocoaLove 2014. (Courtesy photo)

CocoaLove, the iOS conference focused on “people, not tech,” is back for a second year, Oct. 9-11, at the Chemical Heritage Foundation. The conference features speakers from across the country but it’s organized by a team of iOS developers here in Philly.
This year, they’re offering scholarships to women, people of color and students.
Apply by Aug. 24
Early-bird tickets for $399 just went on sale. The price will go up $100 after those tickets run out.
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The CocoaLove organizing team is Curtis Herbert, Kat Beregovaia, Kotaro Fujita, Kiera Herbert, Armen Papshev and Tom Piarulli. The speaker lineup, which features a nearly equal amount of women and men, includes local developers like Big Cartel’s Anthony Colangelo and Amphetamobile’s SiNae Pitts.

Companies: CocoaHeads
People: Kotaro Fujita

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