Fifth annual MobileBeat conference to focus on importance of design (July 10-11)
Our friends over at VentureBeat are gearing up for the their 5th annual MobileBeat conference which takes place in less than one month’s time. Spaced out over two days (July 10-11) in San Francisco, the event is a wonderful way for developers and the mobile-minded to see the shape of things to come.
The main focus of this year’s conference is design of applications and how important it is to create a user experience that consumers love and appreciate. Also on the agenda are sub-themes that include tablets, IT consumerization, monetization, and others.
Looking at the list of speakers and attendees, it reads like a “who’s who” of the mobile landscape. Recently added companies include Google, Nokia, Paypal, Zynga, Path, and Ford while familiar names such as Kara Swisher are listed alongside your favorite developers and industry shakers.
If you are going to be in San Francisco next month, or are now considering registration, we’ve got your back. Use the code “AndroidGuys” when registering and you can save 20% off the cost! Whether you’re an enterprise company, big-time publisher, one-man development team, or someone with a foot in the mobile waters, this is a must-attend show.
Register here with promo code “AndroidGuys” and get 20% off.
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