AT&T has announced its Fifth Annual Developer Summit. The January 5, 2011 event will cover four key areas; technical, marketing, emerging devices and sponsor presentations. Keynote speakers include AT&T President/CEO Ralph de la Vega, AT&T Chief Marketing Officer David Christopher and AT&T Mobility President Glenn Lurie.
While the Summit will cover a wide range of smartphone platforms, based on the tentative schedule, there is a lot of concentration on cloud-based services which is right up Windows Phone 7's ally. Sponsors for the Summit include Microsoft, HTC, LG and Samsung.
The Summit is being held in Las Vegas and will lead into the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show. You can find more information at 2011devsummit.com and follow the break for the full press release.
AT&T Developer Program Announces Registration for 2011 Developer Summit
Returning to Las Vegas on January 5, the AT&T Developer Summit Will Feature AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets President and CEO Ralph de la Vega
Dallas, Texas, October 26, 2010
* Fifth Annual AT&T Developer Summit scheduled for January 5 at the Palms Casino and Resort in Las Vegas, ahead of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show.
* Software developers can learn more and register at http://www.2011devsummit.com/.
* In addition to executive keynotes, attendees will enjoy detailed technical and business tracks plus evening entertainment.
Returning to the same venue and format as last year’s incredibly successful AT&T Developer Summit, the 2011 event will be held at the Palms Casino and Resort in Las Vegas. The Summit will occur January 5, the day before the opening of the Consumer Electronics Show, and will again feature a lineup of top executive keynotes that will expand on AT&T’s direction for 2011 and its benefits to software developers.
* Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets
* David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets
* Glenn Lurie, president – emerging devices, resale and partnerships, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets
Attending developers will also benefit from detailed session tracks in four key areas: technical, marketing, emerging devices and a track dedicated to summit sponsor presentations.
More than 16 companies are sponsoring the AT&T Developer Summit including the following premium sponsors:
* Qualcomm, Inc.
* Research In Motion
* Samsung Mobile
Following the morning and afternoon events, attendees will also enjoy dinner, networking and small group training sessions at the Palms, in addition to evening entertainment.
Developers interested in registering can visit http://www.2011devsummit.com/ to sign up for the 2011 AT&T Developer Summit.
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