When developing Android applications – whether your first or your 50th – it’s never easy to get your content off of the ground, especially with as many apps in the Google Play Store as there are now. Well, if you need help getting your Android app the attention it deserves or, you need help in considering what to do next then why not attend Droid World in San Francisco? It’a free to attend even that brings app developers, Google representatives, handset manufacturers and even operators altogether in one place! Read on to find our more information.
This February 7-8th 2013, Droid World will be held in San Francisco and will be the best place to go looking for what to do next when it comes to your apps! The world famous Moscone Center will be the hottest place to be for advice, business guidance and even new ideas for new apps. Some of the industry’s most successful developers will be on hand to shed some light on their creative, technical and business processes in the open for all to learn from.
Promoting a solid platform for open discussion on the future of mobile apps will be the following speakers:
- Carlo Longino, Director of Developer Marketing Services, Wireless Industry Partnership (WIP)
- Steve Weiss, Senior Android Mobile Applications Developer, Chicago Tribune Media Group
- Eric Schrag, Senior Android Developer, Comcast
- Jim Steele, Author of the Android Developers Cookbook
- Donn Felker, Author of Android Tablet Application Development for Dummies
- Tom Chavez, NOOK Developer Evangelist, Barnes & Noble
There are many more attending the event as well, to find out all of them just head to the Apps World website to find out. Droid World is just the start, if you’re a developer interested in more than one area then some other workshops that Apps World North America are offering might be for:
- Mobile Marketing & Advertising
- Gaming & Web Apps
- HTML 5
- Mobile Payments NFC
- TV & Multiscreen Apps
- Automotive Apps
To find out more about Apps World North America and register for Droid World for free, click here.