Android developers head to Toronto on October 25 for AndroidTO 2012
Android developers living north of the border are encouraged to sign up for AndroidTO 2012. Heck, all Android developers looking for a bit of help with coding and practices would be wise to circle their calendar for October 25.
Now in its third year, the annual event has seen speakersand sponsorship from the likes of Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and Sony. With Rogers, Microsoft, Sony, and BNOTIONS already on board for 2012, this year promises to be just as big, and fun, and helpful.
Tickets for the all-day event are $199 however students can secure a spot for as low as $49, providing they bring a Student ID on October 25.
About the Event
The AndroidTO Conference provides a forum for Android developers, mobile designers/art directors, start-ups, entrepreneurs or enthusiasts of mobile technology to learn about the latest product innovations and solutions and network with the best and brightest in the industry.
The event is comprised of two keynotes and three tracks of talks and panels. The tracks include:
- The Business of mobile
The AndroidTO Conference attendees will have the opportunity to:
- Explore current and soon-to-be-released mobile solutions, products and programs
- Immerse yourself in convention challenging learning opportunities across three streams: Development, Design, and Business
- Engage and collaborate with peers from around the country to build relationships
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