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AT&T Mobile App Hackathon - San Francisco - Sponsored By ARM & eFactor

Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

San Francisco, United States

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Your goal for this hackathon is to build that mobile app you've been dreaming. Come to the event to network with like minded developers as well as thought leaders from platforms looking to support your app development visions. Come pitch your idea, scout for developer talent and see how far you can take your app!

A note from our sponsors: Mobile App Hackathon is an event produced by the AT&T Developer Program and Apigee that is designed for attendees (technical & non-technical) to network, build/hack and most importantly: LEARN.

Feel free to code in the language you feel most comfortable, whether it's Objective C, Java, Javascript, HTML, C #, Dot Net, or XNA. We will also have live developer support from the companies listed below to help your you code that much faster.

After the Hackathon, feel free to join us for drinks. Location is TBD at the end of the event.


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Agenda

10:00a Registration and Breakfast + Networking
11:00a Lightning Talks
12:00p Lunch is Served!
7:00p App Submission Deadline
7:30pApp Demos
8:30p Content Winners Announced & Drinks!


Speakers

Alex Donn
Shanley Kane

Alex Donn is a Developer Evangelist with the AT&T Developer Program and co-founded Mobile App Hacakthon. 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.

You can find Alex on Twitter (@alex_donn)

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.

Your can find Shanley online via her blog and Twitter (@shanley)



Ken Rudman has almost 20 years’ experience managing technology products and services, including eight years designing and supporting high-availability web services for developers.

He currently manages the [YP] Developer Program for AT&T Interactive, the digital local advertising division of AT&T. The Developer Program enables app developers to build world-class local apps powered by free local content APIs.

DeVaris Brown is a technologist currently working for Marmalade as a Developer Evangelist focusing on driving adoption of the SDK in developer communities all around the world. 

He is a recognized expert in the fields of cross platform development, intrusion detection, high performance computing, and virtualization. He previously worked with Microsoft, Intel, IBM, and Cisco in various development roles. DeVaris is also a member of ACM, IEEE, IxDA, AIGA, and the National Society of Black Engineers.

   

Simon Hickman, Ecosystem Manager - Gaming, Media Processing Division, ARM, has a 10 plus year track record and was part of the team that ported Quake2 to the ARM926. He then moved into management leading the Applied Systems Engineering team, and on to a Marketing role in the Mobile Computing team.

Simon is now enjoying working with some of the most creative Game and Game Engine Developers throughout the world as MPDs Ecosystem Partner Manager, ensuring their content is running optimally on the many devices coming to the market with ARM Mali GPU technology.

 John Sheehan launched his career in software when he was 15 by selling practical joke software as shareware on CompuServe and AOL. Since then he’s had stints in desktop support, corporate IT, and systems administration eventually finding his calling building web apps. By
day John helps the Twilio community build great things. By night John loves spending time with his wife exploring San Francisco and playing and watching sports. You can find him online working on his award-winning open source project RestSharp or chirping away about APIs, REST, .NET and more on Twitter.


 


Prizes

$25 Apple Store Gift Cards for 1st through 4th Place Winners

AT&T Interactive - 6 $50 Amazon Gift Cards


Sponsors


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When & Where

795 Folsom
San Francisco, 94107

Saturday, October 22, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM (PDT)


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