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Dr. Dobb's TeleConference: Talking MeeGo - Introducing the Next Mobile Experience

Talking MeeGo – Introducing the Next Mobile Experience

Date / Time
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
[click here to register]

1 hour

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A Dr. Dobb's TeleConference


Please join Intel AppUpSM Technical Marketing Engineer, Vincent Yau, and Community Manager of the Developer Program, Bob Duffy, for this free, one-hour TeleConference sponsored by Dr. Dobb's. Join the conversation and bring your contribution to this chat session focused on the power of the latest MeeGo V1.1 release. Attendees will learn the value the Intel AppUpSM Developer program brings to enabling rapid app development across multiple platforms.

Register now.

Featured Speakers:

Vincent Yau,  Technical Marketing Engineer, Intel AppUp

Bob Duffy,  Community Manager, Intel AppUp Developer Program

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