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New Meetup: Making Money in Mobile (Specially Android)

From: Prasanna P.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 23, 2010 9:00 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for DC Droids - DC Area Android Enthusiast and Developers!

What: Making Money in Mobile (Specially Android)

When: Wednesday, April 14,[masked]:30 PM (Mark's presentation starts at 7pm)
(Mark will be presenting virtually. He will have plenty of time for Q&A)

1616 Anderson Road
McLean, VA 22102

Well known author, speaker, and trainer on Android, Mark Murphy has gracious agreed to do this presentation for us.

Presentation Abstract

There is plenty of money to be made in mobile, particularly with Android. However, the conventional ways of making money have one big problem they're conventional, and hence overcrowded. Trying to sell individual app's to individual users is a tough row to hoe in an Android Market with tens of thousands of app's. In this presentation, we'll explore alternative ways to make a buck, euro, or yuan with Android...and for mobile in general.

Note: This is the same presentation done by Mark recently at the Day of Mobile. Mark?s slides are available at

About Mark

Mark Murphy is the founder of CommonsWare and the author of The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development and other books on Android application development. He also writes the "Building Droids" column for AndroidGuys and the "Android Angle" column for NetworkWorld. His contributions to the Android community include a number of open source components and thousands of answered questions in developer support areas like StackOverflow. He has also provided live training on Android development to hundreds of students worldwide, in public courses and private events for ISVs and device manufacturers.

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