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AT&T Developer Summit


In the shadow of its altogether much bigger and more headline grabbing cousin the CES consumer electronics show, Las Vegas also plays host this week to the AT&T Developer Summit at the Palms Resort and Casino.

This one-day event will pack in more than 30 hours of technical training along with an inevitable marketing-driven stream of information. The company says that presentations will be made by AT&T experts, OS makers, and device manufacturers, too.

Tracks and sessions will include:

  • Network Services
  • Tablets
  • Go to Market Strategies
  • Hot new OS platforms
  • Deep dive marketing focused track sessions

The event's website promotes the fact that keynote speeches and Q&A sessions will be held with the four people who "give direction" to AT&T mobility: Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO-AT&T mobility and consumer markets; John Donovan who is CTO; top marketing man David Christopher; and finally Glenn Lurie, president of emerging devices.

The event rounds out with a concert by Canadian alternative rockers Barenaked Ladies.


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