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Forrester Research on Mobile MegaTrends

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Would you to attend an evening of free drinks, appetizers and an engaging presentation by one of technologies most respected research houses.

There will be more mobile phones on the planet than PCs by 2016, and this incredible industry milestone poses tremendous opportunities for businesses and software creators developing apps for the mobile platform and new challenges for educators teaching in the industry and researching into the market. Forrester analyst Mike Gualtieri will outline some of the three megatrends driving application development at the RunRevLive.11 developer's conference in San Jose April 26-29:

I'd like to invite members of the Plug and Play meetup group to attend this keynote and evening drinks free of charge.
Following the Forrester keynote, over drinks and appetizers, you will have the chance to network with other technology industry luminaries such as Mike Markkula, former CEO and co-founder of Apple; Robert Cailliau, co-developer of the Web; and Bill Aitkinson, creator of HyperCard. And as an extra treat, attendees will receive a free license (valued at $99) to the LiveCode cross-platform development environment.

LiveCode was just named #1 Cross Platform IDE by Mike Riley of DevProConnections. Come along and see why!

About the Keynote Speaker
Senior Forrester Analyst Mike Gualtieri has more than 20 years' experience in software development and architecture and has worked with eBay, NASA, Fleet Bank and Bank of America. At Forrester he specializes in application development & delivery and user experience.

About RunRev
Founded in 1997, RunRev are the makers of LiveCode (formerly Revolution). The LiveCode platform empowers the creation of applications that run in any environment, using a fast and easy compile-free workflow. LiveCode enables delivery to multiple devices and platforms: mobile, web, desktop and server; from a single code base. LiveCode includes the natural programming language, LiveCode, which could be considered a modern descendent of HyperCard. Millions of end-users use LiveCode-built solutions. Customer uses include: powering a major airline booking system, satellite command and control, creating interactive mobile applications, and even teaching programming. The company offers LiveCode for professional programmers, IT and enterprise developers, educators or personal use. RunRev is based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Please register for this event here: http://runrevlive11-e... (
I hope you can all make it.

Mark Taoilinn
RunRev Ltd.