What: Mobile March on Thursday, March 20th from 8:00am - 5:00pm
Where: Earle Brown Heritage Center, 6155 Earle Brown Drive, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
All beverages and food is included in the cost of the ticket. Parking is available on the Earle Brown property. We will provide free internet access and breakout session rooms for further networking and discussions with other attendees.
Mobile March is dedicated to understanding mobile. We'll be offering multiple tracks of learning, covering a broad range of topics and limiting our attendees to 250 mobile enthusiasts and developers.
Student discount available. Contact phil (at) hyper-iq (dot) com
This year's Mobile March will include multiple tracks covering topics that include Development, Mobile Business/Strategy, and Mobile Technology. We're also excited to present a track dedicated to connected devices and hardware. This track will highlight the Internet of Things, a segment that we believe is the next logical extension of mobile technology. It will also serve as an introduction to a new event that focuses on the IoT, that we plan to present in the fall of 2014.
Developer Programming Track
This is the more technical of the two tracks and is designed to provide information and learning to those that are actively programming and developing for mobile devices...or those who are interested in the next big thing. Topics include:
- Developing for Windows Phone 8, Android and iPhone.
- Using HTML5 and JQuery for mobile website development.
- Future mobile technology (tablet, etc).
Business, Strategy Track
While still somewhat technical in nature, this track is designed to appeal to those using mobile to get things done. Whether addressing marketing and advertising, social communication, business process or overall user experience, the focus is on the possibilities that mobile allows. Topics include:
- Mobile Strategy and Business Practices
- Mobile Social Marketing.
- User Experience.
- Mobile as a time saving tool.
Connected Device/Mobile Hardware Track
We see connected devices and the Internet of Things as a natural extension of mobile and look forward to talking about this emerging space.
Full details of the conference can be found at:
We look forward to you attending Mobile March on March 20th, 2014 at the Earle Brown Heritage Center.