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AT&T Mobile App Hackathon - Washington DC
Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
Dev-ing. Mobile. Good food. Awesome prizes.
Mobile App Hackathon is an event for mobile developers to come together, network, learn about new technologies, build mobile apps, get fed, compete for prizes across different categories and most importantly: meet new people and scout for teammates to work on new or current projects.
Mobile App Hackathon events are brought to you by the AT&T Developer Program. Show some love by hitting this link a couple of times: http://bit.ly/iHjFne. Know that if you need help with your mobile app, the AT&T Developer Program is here to help.
Action Items For You:
- Help spread the word about AT&T Hackathons by liking our Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/p7VIBA
- Use the Facebook event page to network and form teams: http://on.fb.me/mobileappiad
- Tweet about the event via #mobileappIAD
Here is a quick overview of the schedule:
- 10:00a Registration and Breakfast + Networking + Start Coding if you want!
- 11:00a Lightning Talks
- 12:00p Lunch is Served!
- 7:00p App Submission Deadline
- 7:30pApp Demos
- 8:30p Content Winners Announced & Drinks!
Interested in who will be presenting as well as helping you code? Read on!
Joe Monastiero is co-founder and vice president of business development for AppMobi, bringing with him 20 years of management experience. Prior to AppMobi, he co-founded Intervideo, where he was responsible for sales, marketing and business development activities and helped drive over $30M in software revenue in three years.
Additionally, Joe was a leading consultant to technology startups and his prior experience includes helping to take two companies public and managing two successful exit M&As.
Nick Denny has worked his entire career in mobile and embedded systems engineering. As a specialist in embedded systems engineering Nick has worked on a wide range of mobile devices from OEMs including Panasonic, Sony Ericsson, HTC, Motorola and reference hardware from Texas Instruments.
Nick was heavily involved in the development and integration of the first generation of mobile browsers and has worked on all mobile technologies from basic WAP enabled feature phones to the most recent generations of smartphones.
Shanley Kane is head of developer relations at Apigee, focusing on product, developer / user experience, and community evangelism. She is a board member of the Open Cloud Initiative and co-founder of Mobile App Hackathon. She is a Carnegie Mellon graduate, agile aficionado and avid gamer.
Alex Donn is a Developer Evangelist with the AT&T Developer Program and is based out of sunny Seattle! His passion is educating developers young and old about mobile application development best practices through events like hackathons that fuse the collective interests of multiple technology and business leaders. For more info on AT&T Mobile App Hackathons, hit this link: http://www.mobileapphackathon.com/