admin · Nov 24, 2010 at 08:44 am

Sponsored Post: AT&T Developer Summit

We don’t plan on making a habit of posting sponsored news stories, but this conference (in Las Vegas right before CES) is relevant for a large chunk of the user base. If you are interested in more information on the AT&T Developer Summit, click here. Here is some teaser info directly from AT&T:

Attend the AT&T Developer Summit for a full day of mobile development info!

Choose from 30+ hours of technical and marketing content presented by AT&T Mobility managers, architects and device manufacturers. Hear 2011 announcements and analysis about how you can reach AT&T’s 90+ million customers. We’ve jam-packed the day for you so you can head out to CES the next morning.

You’ll hear Keynotes from Ralph de la Vega, President and CEO-AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets, AT&T’s Chief Technology Officer, John Donovan, AT&T’s Chief Marketing Officer, David Christopher and President of Emerging Devices, Resale and Partnerships, Glenn Lurie. Hear them speak, ask them questions: it’s an unparalleled chance for you to understand the best moves for 2011.

Visit industry leaders in the Rain Night Club’s VIP Lounge, get cool SWAG and rock out with the barenaked ladies.

Click for more info.


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