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Wed July 21st Android vs iPhone: Development and UX Head to Head

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Sent on: Sunday, July 18, 2010 9:46 AM
SANDCHI Meeting (Free)

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La Jolla Brew House
7536 Fay Avenue
San Diego, CA 92037 US 
When: Wednesday, July 21, 7:00PM (Panel starts at 7pm, drinks start at 6:30)

Android vs iPhone: Development and UX Head to Head

Interested in finding out what it takes to develop mobile apps? Wondering whether Android of iPhone will be the platform of the future? Curious about which development platform is the most friendly for creating an excellent user experience? Come listen to our panel of 4 experienced Android and iPhone developers duke it out over which one will eventually triumph! The format will be panel questions followed by audience questions.

Jeff Axup

Panel members:
Allegiance - Jake Fields, iPhone Creative Director, Treeline Interactive [address removed][masked] 
Norman McEntire, Android and iPhone Founder, Servin Corp [address removed][masked] 
Ben Monro Android Principal Consultant, Neudesic [address removed][masked] 
Vince Star, iPhone [address removed]

30 min panel, 15 min audience questions

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