Tbreak Developers Conference kicks off today

By on March 14, 2012
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Budding developers join us.

The long awaited Tbreak Developers Conference starts off today at 10am.  The agenda for Day 1 of TDC is as follows:

9am: Welcome and on-site registrations
10am – 10:05am: “Introducing the Tbreak Developer Awards”, Abbas Jaffar Ali, Publisher, Tbreak Media
10.05am – 10.15am: “Opportunities with Nokia Store and business models”, Praveen Prabhakaran, Head of EDX, Middle East, Nokia
10.15am – 10.25am: Blackberry Keynote
10.25am – 10.35am: Google Keynote
10.35am – 10.45am: Qualcomm Keynote
11am – 12pm : Discussion Panels
12pm – 12:30pm : Developers Choice Awards
12.30pm – 1.15pm : Lunch Break
- 1.15pm – 5pm : Classroom Sessions

The whole day is jam packed with interesting panels and informative classes from some of the leading experts in the industry. In case you haven’t registered and think you can make it down to the Knowledge Village Auditorium, head on down there as we’re also accepting on-site registrations. Today’s highlights, apart from the Developer Awards, will include the keynotes from Nokia, RIM, Qualcomm and Google.


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  • http://www.nystedt.org Magnus Nystedt

    Any live stream of the event?
     

  • Itsfahadbaba

    Sir is this for today only? Or classrooms will be there any other day?

    • http://twitter.com/taimoorh Taimoor Hafeez

      There are two more classroom sessions today from 2pm to 3pm. One is from BlackBerry and the other from Microsoft (Windows Phone). 

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