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It’s been a few days since iPhoneDevCamp wrapped up. Although I couldn’t make it there myself, the authors of the upcoming iPhone Hacks were there, and two of them (whurley and Raven Zachary) were organizers of the DevCamp. I’d say it was a success, with over 350 attendees, and 40 new applications for the iPhone that were the result of team and solo efforts. There are over 1,000 photos tagged ‘iphonedevcamp’ on Flickr.

You can check out the list of iPhoneDevCamp applications right here. You don’t need an iPhone to try them out; as long as you have Safari 3 running on a Mac or PC, you should be all set. However, if you want to play Tilt, you’ll need an iPhone.

There was an incredible amount of press coverage, which is collected on the iPhoneDevCamp Wiki.

And if you want a taste of the iPhoneDevCamp experience, check out Tech Alley’s iPhoneDevCamp video walkthrough.

Brian Jepson

I’m a tinkerer and finally reached the point where I fix more things than I break. When I’m not tinkering, I’m probably editing a book for Maker Media.


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