Get a pass to Sprint’s developer conference, Oct 26-28, Santa Clara, CA

Here’s an opportunity to get a free conference pass to Sprint’s application developers event.
PS. Say hello to Mike Rowehl from me if you attend.
Hey folks,

The Sprint Developer Conference is coming up Oct 26th through 28th in Santa Clara:

There’s actually an application developer contest running, and if you have an app to submit you can get a free pass to the conference:

Just submit your app for the contest and allow email communication, and you’ll get info about how to get a free pass to the conference automatically with your submission. Nice touch Sprint!

I’m planning to go, participating in a panel in the afternoon on Wed. If you’re there grab me and say hello.

– Mike

Video from MoMo Silicon Valley Sep 20 event – Best Practices for Mobile Design now available

Video from latest (Sep 20) Mobile Monday Silicon Valley meeting is now available on uStream.
Mobile Monday Silicon Valley – September 2010 – Best Practices for Mobile Design

Video: (1 hr, 20 minutes)

Intro / Survey: 0:00 – 3:00
Forum Nokia: 3:00 – 9:30
Panel discussion: 9:30 – 44:30
Q&A: 44:30 – 1:09:00
Raffle: 1:09 – 1:13:45
Announcements: 1:13:45 – 1:20:48

Sponsored by: Forum Nokia

Moderator: Derek Kerton – Principal Analyst, The Kerton Group

Nokia – Sue Booker – User Experience and Design
Google – Chris Nesladek – Commerce UI Lead at Google
Microsoft/Tellme Networks – Anne Sullivan – UI Designer
Punchcut – Jared Benson – Design
RIM – Wesley Yun – UX

Date: Sept 20th, 2010
Time: 6:30pm Registration Opens | 7:10pm Panel Begins
Location: Computer History Museum Hahn Auditorium1401 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, CA 94043

Check out Eric Chan’s 2010 CTIA Fall San Francisco Party List

If you are in the Silicon Valley or attending CTIA in San Francisco Oct 5-8. Check out Eric’s info below;

Here is the unofficial list of Parties, Networking, Cocktails for the upcoming CTIA in San Francisco.

I try and update the list as frequently as I hear about a new event that I can post, so check back frequently. 

You can also subscriber to my twitter feed (@mobileslate) and you will get reminders during the week of CTIA about the various events.

If you have any that you’d like to share and add, please send it to blog at  


Nokia sponsored networking event Oct 7 during CTIA in San Francisco

On behalf of Mobile Monday and Mario, here’s a networking event to attend for all of you mobile people.

Hi All,

Nokia is sponsoring a networking event Oct 7th during CTIA,  all are invited, please RSVP.

MobileMonday America Networking Event at CTIA – sponsored by Nokia
Thursday, October 7, 6-9 p.m.
W Hotel
181 third street
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 777-5300 

RSVP at:




Startups, VCs – Under The Radar event in Mountain View, CA Nov 12

Here’s info about a very interesting event in Mountain View, CA if you are a startup or service provider and would like to get VC contacts.

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Under the Radar Conference 


November 12, 2010 | 8:00am – 6:00pm | Mountain View, CA 94043 (Map)

ABOUT UNDER THE RADAR: Under the Radar is a catalyst for doing deals. In a single day, meet 350 decision-makers from global carriers, top brands, media, technology companies and investors who are leveraging innovation to compete in this fast-evolving digital landscape.

Conference: 1 day
Speaking: Executives from AKQA, Crispin Porter + Bogusky, TechWeb, Verizon, MTV, Real Branding, Qualcomm Ventures, Intuit, Alcatel-Lucent, UM, BrandInHand, AOL, The Coca-Cola Company, Sapient and More!
Attendees: Limited to 350
Admission: Save $100 – Register Now! 50 Tickets Available for $695 | Regular Price $795  

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  • AKQA | Daniel Rosen, Head of AKQA Mobile
  • AT&T Interactive | Krishna Vedati, SVP, GM of Mobile
  • Crispin Porter + Bogusky | Scott Prindle  VP/Executive Creative Technology Director
  • Intuit | Jan Bosch – VP, Engineering Process
  • MTV | Jim Eadie | Vice President of Digital Distribution
  • Qualcomm Ventures | Quinn Li | Managing Director
  • Real Branding | Mark Silva  | Principal & Founder
  • TechWeb | David Berlind | Chief Content Officer & Editor in Chief
  • UM | Marc Ruxin, EVP, Chief Innovation Officer
  • BrandInHand | John Hadl, Founder and CEO
  • AOL | David Temkin, Vice President of Mobile
  • The Coca-Cola Company | Tara Scarlett, Senior Manager, CRM and Precision Marketing
  • Sapient | Vishal Agarwal, Director Technology 

And more…


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Apps vs Web Apps – MoMo Silicon Valley event in San Francisco, Oct 4

On behalf of Mario and Mobile Monday Silicon Valley, here’s info about upcoming Oct event in San Francisco.


Apps vs Web Apps

With new HTML 5 and powerful browsers that access the GPS, Camera, and file system.  Are Web Apps the new way to go?

Sponsored by: Google

Moderator: Raj Singh – Co Founder Yum Yum Labs

W3C – Matt Womer – Mobile Web Initiative Lead
Appcelerator – Scott Schwarzhoff – VP Marketing

More TBA…

Date: October 4th, 2010
Time: 6:30pm Registration Opens | 7:10pm Panel Begins Cost: Free, but is required to attend. Register for Apps vs Web Apps in San Francisco, CA  on Eventbrite
Drinks: Provided
Location: Hyatt Regency SF California St & Drumm St (5 Embarcadero Center) San Francisco CA 94111

Mobile Monday Platform Sponsor: Google



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Symbian Programming SIG event, Sep 29 in Silicon Valley

On behalf of Jerome Kern and Mobile Monday Silicon Valley, here’s info about the upcoming Symbian SIG meeting.

The September meeting of the Symbian Programming SIG will be held at the Symbian Foundation offices on the 29th. We will be talking about programming Symbian^3 devices with Qt. Chick here for full details.

-John Kern
Member of Technical Staff