A church buddy, who is trying to develop a cell phone or IPhone app, asked me if I knew any software developers in that field. I was just beginning to thumb through my stacks of business cards when Kevin McLaughlin sent out this notice via linked in, so I’m passing it on.
It’s a June 16 meeting on building applications for wireless, mobile Internet, and broadband. Though held at Princeton University, this is an NJTC event and the standard entry fee is $50. Register by Tuesday 6-15 to avoid $20 surcharge. If you register as a LinkedIn user, you get a $15 discount. The price includes a reception.
Date: Wednesday, June 16, 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Bowen Hall (on Prospect Street).
Among the presenters, Susan Brazer of Lionshare Strategies and Todd Murphy, director of the developer community at Verizon Wireless. Here is the complete program.
And if you know any cell phone developers, either comment on this post or send me an email.