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SCREENS 2012

Developing for mobile, tablets and more!

27 28 September 2012

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SCREENS is dedicated to covering development for mobile devices and operating systems. Consumers are increasingly using mobile devices to access websites and applications, and companies are taking notice. Through two days of presentations, demonstrations and panel discussions, as well as an optional day of workshops, SCREENS will give you the know how to address client needs (and demands!) as we move forward into the mobile future.

53 speakers

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48 sessions

Day 1 Thursday 27th September 2012

Day 2 Friday 28th September 2012

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  • Darcy Clarke
  • Joe Johnston
  • Lanny Geffen
  • Jesse Freeman
  • Rob Rusher
  • FITC
  • Jonathan L Lévesque
  • thenewkid
  • Kurt Krumme
  • Faisal Abid
  • Peter Newhook
  • Kristofer Joseph
  • Zigurd Mednieks
  • Jeremy Black
  • Tanzeeb Khalili
  • Pearl Chen
  • kerry morrison
  • Caroline Lewko
  • Ian Darwin
  • David Tucker
  • greg carron
  • Sara Diamond
  • Digiflare
  • Sachin Monga
  • Arthur Kay
  • Chris Eben
  • Tim Willison
  • Tracy
  • Joshua Granick
  • Grant Skinner
  • Charles Schulze
  • Immersion Developers
  • Ash Furrow
  • James Halpern
  • Paul Laberge

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