AT&T’s Developer Summit on Eve of CES 2011

Mobile app developers heading off to Las Vegas for January’s CES 2011 conference would be wise to check out AT&T’s Developer Summit.  Running all day long on January 5th, the summit features over 30 hours of technical and marketing assistance delivered by AT&T, device makers, and more.  Looking at the course lineup, there is a specific Android session that sounds like a winner: Future Proofing Your Android Apps by Motorola.  Other courses include New Platform Paradigms (Android tablets), Maximize Your Application Revenue, and Making Money with AT&T Code Scanner.

Keynote speeches will come from a handful of big AT&T Mobility names, including Ralph de la Vega (President, CEO), John Donovan (CTO) David Christopher (CMO), and Glenn Lurie (President of Emerging Devices).  Once the day ends, a private concert featuring Barenaked Ladies will be held at Rain Night Club at 9:00 PM.  Not a bad way to kick off CES if you ask us.

Register for the Developer Summit for as low as $50 per person if you act before the week ends.  After December 3rd, registration goes up to $70 per person.

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1 Comment

  1. InspectorGadget80
    November 30, 17:52 Reply

    Why is AT&T going to be at CES? They never show or have anything knew during the last 3 yrs while every other carrier gets newer and newer Android devices they shoulnd’t be their in the first place. I’m still stuck on AT&T with out a powerful Android device

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