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Day of Mobile Coverage

February 19, 2010

I will be attending the upcoming Day of Mobile conference on Saturday, March 6 at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.  As such, look forward to additional coverage from the show including interviews with some of the keynote speakers and updates throughout the day.  Read on for more details.

The Day of Mobile is a mobile developer-centric event that features keynotes and discussions on Android, iPhone, Blackberry and Windows Mobile application development.  Topics range from "platform SDKs, cross platform development, multimedia, CMS/SMS, mobile business models and many more." 

Speakers include Dave Whatley, CEO of Simutronics Corp (creators of the popular geoDefense games on the iPhone), Jay Freeman, who runs the popular website Cyrket (an app metric aggregation site for Android, Palm and Windows Marketplace for Mobile applications) and Mark Murphy, CEO of Commonsware (check out my DDJ interview with Mark conducted a few weeks ago on www.ddj.com).

For more information about the Day of Mobile event (including its Hackathon hosted event), visit the dayofmobile.com website.

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