Event: DevMob 2010

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Event: DevMob 2010

Register for Dev Mob 2010 - free London conference/barcamp giving developers interested in portable devices the opportunity to discuss their issues and find solutions.

If you would like to suggest or host a session (or just participate) on any kind of mobile development issue, please register at DevMob 2010 - Uniting mobile application developers in London

Event details:
3rd February 2010
10am-5pm
Science Museum, South Kensington, London
Registration is free and refreshments will be provided!

Plus: chance to win a netbook courtesy of ASUS (event sponsors)
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