We have posted videos on the JailbreakCon YouTube channel. Most of Sunday's talks are available in this video playlist, and most of Saturday's mini-talks are available in this video playlist. For slides and articles, see JailbreakCon on TheiPhoneWiki.
For updates, see @JailbreakCon on Twitter.
JailbreakCon (WWJC) is the only event of its kind: where the iOS jailbreaking community gathers to meet each other in real life and talk about the iOS devices, jailbreak exploits, extensions (tweaks), and themes that we love.
Come join your favorite security researchers, software developers, theme artists, and hundreds of fellow jailbreakers from around the world — to learn new things, share what you know, ask questions, and hang out together. You can see jailbreaking friends who live far away, and you can even make new friends here.
JailbreakCon is on Saturday and Sunday, April 12-13, 2014, at the South San Francisco Conference Center, 255 South Airport Boulevard, South San Francisco, CA.
Tickets are $30 for adults and $10 for people under 18, and they include lunch for both days. People of all ages are invited; especially if you're a younger jailbreaker, you're welcome to bring a parent or friend.
If you've purchased a ticket already and you're wondering what we'll check at the door, don't worry about bringing proof of your ticket; your name is on our list.
Sunday's talks are at the heart of JailbreakCon, teaching and sharing what we know, with something interesting for attendees of all skill levels, from brand-new jailbreakers to experienced developers:
Here are also some articles about the event: Jailbreak Community Members Explain Why They Wouldn't Miss It For The World (iDigitalTimes), Get your JailbreakCon 2014 tickets now (iDownloadBlog), Jailbreakers Will Make The Pilgrimage To JailbreakCon Yet Again Next Month (Cult of Mac), and Tickets are now on sale (iPhoneHacks).
Curious what JailbreakCon is like? Check out the tons of archived videos, photos, and articles in the JailbreakCon link collection on TheiPhoneWiki.
A few selected articles about the experience of JailbreakCon:
New York 2013: CopyTrans wrote down what they learned from the speakers.
San Francisco 2012: iJailbreak posted notes on the talks, with photos, and iDownloadBlog told "the tale of my three days at the epicenter of the jailbreak community". Before the event, here was a video interview with the organizer.
Thank you to our sponsors, including these ones from previous years:
WWJC would not be possible without the help, support and guidance of our media partners. Our official sponsors are the right ambitious and ethical entities ensuring a long and successful future for WWJC. If you are interested in sponsoring this year's event, please email us.
Our code of conduct: JailbreakCon is dedicated to having a safe and friendly conference for everyone, of any gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants, and anyone violating this rule may be expelled from the conference. We don't expect problems, but we want you to know that you should talk to the conference organizer (Craig), Britta, and/or Jay (saurik) if you encounter any problems, so that we can help. Thanks!
We'd love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have. JailbreakCon is led by Craig Fox.
Email: JailbreakCon@SaurikIT.com or use the form below.
Feel free to ask us anything about the event. Questions about travel logistics? Would you like to help in some way? Need accommodations for a disability? Let us know!
"Really, @JailbreakCon makes you understand what being part of this community really means. It’s amazing!" @FilippoBiga
"@JailbreakCon was awesome this year. Talking with and meeting everyone is an experience you can get nowhere else." @conradev
"To all at @JailbreakCon: soak it up! Learn, teach, build relationships. It was one of the best times of my life." @JoshMTucker
"incredible incredible incredible day of meeting, talking, and working at #WWJC. wouldn’t have traded it for anything." @insanj
"Good meeting @Surenix, @saurik, @rpetrich and @brittagus. I owe so much to these guys. Very humbling day at #WWJC" @J_W97