Monday January 27, 2020

Úll doesn’t fall far from the tree

While it is no longer the case that ‘Apple rules all’ and the Úll conference has evolved beyond its original audience, the Kerry event remains rooted in its core values

30th October, 2016
Paul Campbell, Sasha Wilson and Dermot Daly, organisers of the Úll conference for Apple developers

This Tuesday will see a kind of worldwide Apple elite descend on The Europe Hotel in Killarney. Úll, now in its fifth incarnation, has managed to cement itself in the conference calendars of people like John Gruber and Jim Dalrymple, two of the most-watched commentators of the world’s most valuable company. For two days, around 200 developers, designers, entrepreneurs and writers – the ones whose life’s work centres around Apple – will plant themselves in...

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