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30Jul/10

So Many App Stores…Now what?

With so many app stores and platforms available to developers, what is a developer supposed to do? This month we will have reps from the major app stores to discuss what you should do.

Sponsored by: RIM

Moderator:  Jessica Dolcourt - Sr Associate Editor - CNET/CBS Interactive

Panelists:
RIM – Ian McDonald - Manager, Developer Programs
Getjar – Chris Dury – VP Products
Nokia OVI – Michael Bergen – Senior Manager, Developer Relations & Partnerships
Chomp – Ben Keighran – CEO/Founder

Date: August 9th, 2010
Time: 6:30pm Registration Opens | 7:10pm Panel Begins Cost: Free, but is required to attend. Register for So Many App Stores...Now what? in San Francisco, CA  on Eventbrite
Drinks: Provided
Location: Hyatt Regency SF California St & Drumm St (5 Embarcadero Center) San Francisco CA 94111

Mobile Monday Platform Sponsor:

Register now for the BlackBerry Developer Conference!
Enjoy a special discount - use the code DD6MMD and you’ll save $150 USD off your registration fees.

Whether you’re already developing BlackBerry® mobile applications, eager to learn more or just getting started, come immerse yourself in all aspects of creating consumer and business applications at the BlackBerry Developer Conference in San Francisco, California from September 27-30, 2010. You won’t want to miss this highly anticipated developer event. Register Now

21Jul/10

Watch July Outdoor Event

Hi All - Thanks to John Lin we have July’s event on Ustream.

20Jul/10

Hi & Mobile web app developer

Hi guys!
I work for a growing downtown Austin PR company who's looking for an
experienced freelance mobile web app developer.
*We’re looking for an experienced mobile web app developer who has….*
• A nice portfolio – three examples of mobile websites or web apps.
• Writes solid and beautifully designed code in HTML 5,
19Jul/10

Android OpenMAX experience?

The company I'm working for is looking for somebody with OpenMAX experience
that could help with integrating a software codec into an Android/OpenMAX
software stack. Right now it's an advice/consulting request.
If you know anyone, please have them contact me.
thanks,
Tim Jones
15Jul/10

Night in the Park – Mobile Life and Demos

So you meet a friend with a smart phone and what’s the first questions you ask?

This month we’ll be asking Bloggers and Journalists that cover the Mobile Industry, what apps do they use and find useful or cool. Plus we’ll see some cool Apps as well.

outddoors

Date: Monday, July 19th. 7:15 PM PST

Agenda:

7:15: Arrival Registration

7:45-8:15 What’s on my phone

8:15-9:00 Demos

Cost: FREE - but registration is MANDATORY!
Register for MobileMonday Night in the Park -  Mobile Life and Demos in San Francisco, CA  on Eventbrite

Featuring:

* Will Park - Editor in Chief - Into Mobile
* Noah Kravitz - Editor in Chief - Phonedog
* Jessica Dolcourt - Sr Associate Editor - CNET
* Alex McCallum - Director, Consumer Alliances- RIM

Demos:

* D2sgames - http://d2sgames.com/
* Steeltrap - http://www.chestersantos.net/steeltrap.html
* Nimbuzz - http://www.nimbuzz.com/
* Micello - http://www.micello.com/
* Footfeed - http://footfeed.com/
* iSpy - http://iSpyApp.com
* WhereRYu - http://www.volcari.com/

Venue:

Yerba Buena Gardens - Off Mission Street

781 Mission St. San Francisco CA

Sponsors:

Why BlackBerry?
Reach an Audience of Over 41 Million Subscribers
BlackBerry® was the number one selling smartphone brand in the United States at the end of calendar 2009. Imagine having this kind of reach and developing apps that can push immediate updates to your users. These are just some of the benefits of creating applications for BlackBerry® smartphones.

12Jul/10

July 22nd Mobile Monday and BostInnovation at Downtown Crossing

It’s a summer block party!

Mobile Monday and BostInnovation have teamed up with Downtown Crossing for an open outdoor networking event.

It’s a hot and steamy summer out there in the city, cool off with some live music, enticing performances, cold drinks and mobile technologies at our summer block party!

July 22nd starting at 5pm, we’ll be on the pedestrian Summer Street by Downtown Crossing beside Macy’s for an evening of open networking.



Click Above To Register!

This one isn’t just another tech event, but a party featuring live music from In Like Lions and the Cirque de Soleil performers!

Cash bar, appetizers, and entertainment provided thanks to the Boston Phoenix.  Common down for a crazy party with amazing performances and mobile networking!

Where: (outside) Summer Street by Macys
15 Summer Street, Boston, MA

When: Thursday July 22 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Tickets: FREE!

9Jul/10

ITA Mobile Visionary Mixer 2, July 22 @ 6 pm

Our friends at the Illinois Technology Association are organizing the Mobile Visionary Mixer 2 for Thursday, July 22 at 6 pm. The mixer will be focusing on introducing the community to the Mobile App Expo scheduled for Summer 2011, as well as offering an opportunity to meet and greet with local startups.

For more information and to RSVP, please visit the EventBrite site: http://mobilevisionary2-lie.eventbrite.com

Rebel Bar & Grill (Wrigleyville)
3462 North Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60657
[ Map ]

8Jul/10

Building a Compelling Mobile Marketing Strategy

Please join us for the next gathering of mobile industry professionals & enthusiasts on Monday, July 19, 2010, at 6:00 pm. Reserve the date in your calendar now!

Please RSVP so that we can plan refreshments and to get your name into our host’s security system. (Ticketing stops at noon the day of the event!)

http://momojuly2010.eventbrite.com

PRESENTATION OVERVIEW
Marketers: should your brand build an iPad App? Entrepreneurs: which types of brands should you target to share your awesome iPad app idea to? Designers: what’s different about designing for the mobile platform?

With amazing, new mobile technologies coming out each day, it can be challenging for marketers and partners to stay focused on what’s most important about our field: the consumer. Molly Garris from Arc Worldwide and Leo Burnett will bring the agency perspective to building mobile marketing strategies, covering:

  • The current state of mobile marketing and opportunities within the landscape
  • The role of mobile in the marketing ecosystem
  • Examples of challenges and wins from marketers engaged in mobile
  • Current mobile marketing trends and how to leverage them to reach your audience

Bring your smartphones to demo out some of our favorite mobile marketing campaigns!

MEETING DETAILS
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Date: Monday, July 19, 2010
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Topic: Building a Compelling Mobile Marketing Strategy
Presenter: Molly Garris, Digital Strategy Manager at Arc Worldwide/Leo Burnett
Location: Arc Worldwide/Leo Burnett, 35 W. Wacker Dr., Burnett Room, Chicago
Location Notes: Participants must register to get on the official attendance list! At the venue, please sign-in at the security desk. Picture ID required.
Directions: Located near the intersection of Wacker and LaSalle in the Loop, the building is well served by the El and buses. The Clark/Lake and State/Lake Street El stops (all lines) are just a few blocks away.
Parking: There is parking in neighboring buildings.

MEETING AGENDA
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6:00 pm – Sign-In / Light refreshments
6:30: Featured Presentation: “Building a Compelling Mobile Marketing Strategy”
7:30 pm > Refreshments / Networking

ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Molly Garris is a Digital Strategy Manager at Arc Worldwide / Leo Burnett, serving as the agency’s in-house mobile marketing subject matter expert. She leads internal and external mobile education, strategically guides accounts across the agency with mobile solutions and assists with managing large, complex mobile campaigns. Agency clients include Purina, P & G, Whirlpool, Allstate, McDonald’s, Walgreens, Altria, Comcast, Norton, Hallmark, Nintendo, United Airlines and Kellogg.

Molly has worked in the mobile space for over 6 years, driving new product development, integrating the mobile channel into marketing strategies, optimizing mobile campaigns to yield stronger results and overseeing various mobile marketing campaigns for clients such as Land Rover, Toshiba, L.E.I. and Moneygram. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in marketing from Michigan State University and actively participates in Mobile Mondays, the Heartland Mobile Council and the Chicago Association of Direct Marketing (CADM).

IMPORTANT NOTES
Please remember to RSVP by noon on the day of the presentation in order to get on the official registration list for our host’s security system.

Special thanks to our generous host and sponsor, Arc Worldwide / Leo Burnett!

6Jul/10

WebOS and the future of Mobile and the Web

Mobile Monday Colorado’s July event will feature Dion Almaer, Director of Developer Relations, Palm. Dion will be discussing WebOS and the future of Mobile and the Web.

With HP’s recent $1.2B acquisition of Palm Inc., the WebOS platform will continue to evolve within the Smartphone and connected mobile devices markets. Palm’s Director of Developer Relations, Dion Almaer, will discuss Palm/HP, WebOS, and the future of Mobile and the Web. Dion has been writing rich web applications from the beginning, has been fortunate enough to speak around the world, and has published many articles, a book, and his Blog at almaer.com/blog. Dion is the co-founder of Ajaxian.com, the leading source of the Ajax community. Prior to Palm, Dion was the Director of Developer Tools at Mozilla and the Open Web Advocate at Google. Dion is also a TechStars mentor.

Meeting Topic: WebOS and the future of Mobile and the Web
Date: July 19, 2010
Time: Networking at 6pm, Presentation begins at 6:25
Location: Atlas Institute, CU Boulder campus (Bldg 223), Boulder CO

Register Now.

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1Jul/10

iPhone Developer Needed for Capital Factory Funded Startup

Hurricane Party is an Austin-based startup in need of a talented
iPhone coder. Our product is a location-based social networking app
that allows you to create and discover parties. We have seed funding
from Capital Factory ([link]), a kick-ass
technology incubator modeled after Y Combinator.