CappCon 2016

About Event

We’re very excited to announce the second conference entirely dedicated to Cappuccino: CappCon 2016!

The event will be hosted by the University Of Liège, in Belgium on the 31st of March 2016.

It will cover a lot of different topics including the release of Cappuccino 0.9.9, what companies are building using Cappuccino, how to deal with large applications and how to test them.

Admission is completely free! You just need to register here.

Food and drink will be provided by our sponsors! Lunch, dinner and party will be organized!

It’s going to be a lot of fun.


  • Alexander Ljungberg
    Alexander Ljungberg - Entrepreneur
  • Alexandre Wilhelm
    Alexandre Wilhelm - Software Engineer at Nuage Networks
  • Antoine Mercadal
    Antoine Mercadal - Software Engineer at Nuage Networks
  • Christophe Serafin
    Christophe Serafin - Software Engineer at Nuage Networks
  • Martin Carlberg
    Martin Carlberg - Founder & Senior Software Architect at Oops AB
  • Tim Howell
    Tim Howell - Founder of RW Elephant


Subjects Speakers Time
Welcome and Cappuccino 0.9.9

Alexander will talk about Cappuccino 0.9.9 and what’s new in the release.
Find out about XcodeCapp 4.0, Localization, CPUserNotification and all the latest optimizations.

Alexander Ljunberg 9:00 - 10:00
Cappuccino and Nuage Networks

Antoine will show what Nuage Networks is doing with Cappuccino.

Antoine Mercadal 10:15 - 11:00
Cappuccino and Oops

Martin will show how Oops uses Cappuccino.

Martin Carlberg 11:15 - 12:00
Cappuccino and RW Elephant

Tim will show how RW Elephant uses Cappuccino.

Tim Howell 14:00 - 14:45
How to test a Cappuccino Application?

What is Cucapp and OJTest? How to use them?
What are the differences between these frameworks?

Alexandre Wilhelm 15:00 - 15:45
How to deal with a big Cappuccino Application?

Dealing with a large application is not easy! Christophe will talk about good practices.
How do we deal with external libraries? How to deal with xibs?

Christophe Serafin 16:00 - 16:45
Panel Discussion

Panel discussion/questions to the member of the Core Team of Cappuccino.

Core Team Members of Cappuccino 17:00 - 18:00
Closing talk

What is next for the community of Cappuccino?

Alexander Ljunberg 18:00 - 18:15


Tickets are free! You can register yourself on this meetup. The conference is fully paid for by our sponsors!

Food and Drinks

Food will be provided for lunch and dinner by our sponsors. More informations coming soon about this!


The event will be hosted by the University of Liège and held at the Montefiore Institute (Computing Sciences) :
Quartier Polytech 1, Allée de la découverte 10, 4000 Liège (building B28, carpark P32)

Getting there

The event will be held on the “Sart Tilman” Campus (10 km South of city center). This is the main campus of the University of Liège.

Liège is easily reachable by road from Germany, The Netherlands, France, Luxembourg, …

By train, you should reach Liège main station : “Liège Guillemins”. From there, you can take a cab or the regular bus line #48 towards Sart Tilman (exit at the “Quartier Polytech” stop).

By plane, you should reach one of the three following airports, depending on available airlines:
- Brussels International Airport. From there, you can take a train to Liège or rent a car (Brussels-Liège: +/- 100 km).
- Frankfurt International Airport. From there, you can take a train to Liège or rent a car (Brussels-Frankfurt: +/-300 km).
- Liège Airport (from some European cities). From there, you can rent a car or take a cab.
- Brussels South Airport (via Ryanair). From there, you can take a train to Liège or rent a car (Charleroi-Liège: +/- 80 km).

Staying there

For the event, we’ve negotiated special conditions with the Ibis Boncelles Hotel, near the main campus of the University. If you do make a reservation, don’t forget to mention that you are attending the CappCon 2016 event.

Other hotels are available in the city center:

Visiting there

Liège offers many and various points of interest: the historic city center, museums, churches, night life (in the “Carré” district), food, beverages (mainly belgian beers and local alcohol “le Peket”), …

Liège is, without any doubt, the Belgian city offering an undeniable “joie de vivre”, a rich artistic and architectural heritage, a link between history and modernity.


  • University of Liège
  • Nuage Networks
  • Oops
  • RW Elephant


If you have any questions you can ping @cappuccino on Twitter, ask questions on gitter or on the forum.

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