Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Nokia Developer Conference 2009

On 20th January,2009 Nokia is organizing "Nokia Developer Conference 2009". The main objective of this seminar is to share and demonstrate the technological developments with the industry expert. The best minds in the industry will meet and discuss the advancement of the Mobile VAS industry.
Nokia Developer Bangalore Conference 2009 At a glance:

Venue :
Trinity, Taj Residency, Bangalore.

Date :
20th January,2009

Objective :
To inspire and fuel the dreams of developers to create killer mobile applications through support and collaboration.If you are mobile application developers then you must be there, to give and get something new.There is a chance to win cool mobile as well as other gift from Nokia.

Sessions:
1.
Various mobile technologies used by developers - Symbian, Java, Open Source and others.
2.Presentations on how emerging countries of the world are embracing mobile technology to bring about a mobile revolution that will impact the future in a way like never before.
3.The likely evolution of mobile applications from an aggregator perspective.

Fees:

Regular Fee INR 750 only
Students 50% discount
Early Bird Till 31st Dec08 10% on total payable
Forum Nokia Members 10% discount

Group Discounts

2 to 4 Delegates from Same company 10% discount
5 to 10 Delegates from Same company 20% discount
11 to 14 Delegates from same company 30% discount

Please send Cheque/Demand Draft favouring “Sercon India Pvt Ltd” and mail to Forum Nokia Response Center

For further enquiry visit http://nokiadevcon.in

I hope we will meet there...

1 comment:

Vaibhavi said...

Hi all,

I am working for a software integrator company. My projects includes working on Java and Ruby on Rails and Ajax. I think Web Services is really cool. We also recently have to now work on REST and they are talking about mashups and Struts. Can anyone tell me if there are some good training or conferences so that me and my team members can get to speed with these technologies. Learning from books is not my cup of tea, even not when I was doing engineering ;)

All the help that group members can provide in this regard is much appreciated.

Thanks,
Vaibhavi