iPadDevCampNYC will be held in New York city from April 16 through April 18 at the AOL New York offices. The non-profit event is inspired by MacHack, BarCamp, and SuperHappyDevHouse, and will be three days of hacking combined with social events, speakers, sessions, and panels. Large chunks of time are devoted, of course, to coding on the iPad.
Sounds like a great opportunity to meet other iPad devs. If you live in the NYC area, you might want to check it out. It's only $50 for the entire three-days.
Unfortunately, I can't attend, but if I lived closer I absolutely would.
I'm a programmer, author, and one of the founders of MartianCraft, a software development shop doing both contract and in-house software development.
My iPhone books (both written with Dave Mark) are published by Apress. My first book, Beginning iPhone Development (currently in its 6th edition) is the all-time best-selling book on learning to program the iPhone and iPad.
I also sculpt and take pictures when I need to engage the other side of my brain a little more.