Mobile March expands to two days

News-Asia
March 6, 2012

MHTA-The third installment of Mobile March has expanded to two days offering more sessions and advanced learning for coders, marketers and business leaders. In addition, Mobile 3D: Demos, Dinner and Drinks will take place at the same location allowing attendees to join in both events on March 16th and 17th at the Embassy Suites-Minneapolis Airport.

Mobile March is dedicated to exploring the latest in mobile technology and trends. It offers different racks of learning including Mobile Development and Mobile Technical. By offering content that appeals to mobile developers, business people and users, the founders hope to achieve a greater understanding between the groups that make mobile happen.

In past years, Mobile March has attracted hundred of developers, business leaders and fans. Sessions have focused on app development over multiple platforms and mobile usage. Speakers include mobile leaders and entrepreneurs. Details on the 2012 agenda will continue to be released on the event registration page.

With an increasing number of mobile applications and technologies produced locally, Mobile 3D offers a showcase exclusively dedicated to these creations. Mobile 3D-Demo, Dinner and Drinks will be held on the night of March 16th at the same location

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