HTC is a global leader in mobile innovation and design. Its developer program, HTCdev, is designed to support developers worldwide by providing them with resources to facilitate the development of ideas and applications – as well as making it easy to connect with each other and tap into the global community for advice and information. Great applications can exponentially improve the mobile experience, irrespective of platform and hardware specification. HTCdev is your place to go to for inspiration as you set out to maximize the potential of HTC devices.
MobileMonday Singapore is excited to be hosting HTCdev event in Singapore! Come listen and learn to what HTCdev can offer you. We will also be giving away an HTC device to a lucky winner, so bring your business cards!
Date: Monday 12 December 2011
Venue: Upstairs@Harry's (Boat Quay)
Update: What a Really Great Evening - Many Thanks to Everyone!
You are invited to the upcoming MobileMonday Singapore networking party, Monday June 20th, 6pm at The Rupee Room on Clarke Quay. This event will be "The" kick-off mixer gig for the annual CommunicAsia 2011 tradeshow and this year we're proudly sponsored by Nokia and SingTel. We expect reps coming from both supporters to be on-hand for an interesting What's Up World - Flash Talk exchange to really engage with the assembled community.
Delegates will get to meet and mingle with visitors coming to Singapore, including Mobile Monday APAC chapter founders along with many international mobile attendees, who will be in-town for the conference. Tell a friend.. bring your smartphone.. have a few drinks and plenty Mo'fun.. 8-)
Attendance is free Advance Registration Required, so book soon as it will be over-subscribed!
6.00pm - Pre-networking
7.15pm - What's Up World - Flash Talks
8.00pm - Cocktail, Buffet, Drinks and Networking Party
9.00pm - Ends, unless you're still thirsty!
See you all again real soon...
As Supporting Organization; wanted to make sure & note the iChallenge Campaign = Cash + Fame!
Le Noir, Clarke QuayWhen:
Monday, 13 December 2010Conditions:
First 100 guests who bring in their confirmation slips
get free flow!!Theme:
It's been a landmark year for all things Mobile...and it's time to make merry on Santa's behalf...so, let's have some Mobile Merriment!
Brought to you in a neatly wrapped-up Xmas gift from your warm and cuddly co-sponsors InMobi and Rice Communications. Whether you want a killer Mobile Advertising campaign in your company Christmas stocking -- or an insight into the value of Communications, you can be sure that Christmas will come early for the mobile industry in Singapore.
See you all there...!
Learn about the LBS industry trends, new device technologies and their impact on the future of LBS. Discover how location and context awareness enables a new era of mobile applications. Find out how to be a part of NAVTEQ LBS Challenge, where location application developers can gain access to cutting edge support with resources from NAVTEQ Network for Developers (http://www.nn4d.com/
Presented by Ogi Redzic, Vice President of Business Development and Sales, Asia. Ogi is responsible for business in the India subcontinent, Korea and South East Asia, managing relationships with both large global mobile OEMs and wireless carriers in the region. Prior to his current role, he was responsible for the Americas’ product management, introducing a number of new, innovative products to NAVTEQ’s portfolio.
Ogi brings with him 15 years of mobile experience including global leadership roles for Motorola and PCTEL Inc in Chicago. Ogi was part of a team who launched first nationwide IP packet data system (for Nextel) and multiple global customers of Motorola. Ogi holds a Master’s of Science degree from Illinois Institute of Technology and an MBA from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and he also holds a US patent in wireless domain.
RSVPS are a must due to limited spaces. Please register NOW!
NAVTEQ is the leading global provider of maps, traffic and location data (digital location content) enabling navigation, location-based services and mobile advertising around the world. NAVTEQ was founded in 1985 and now supplies comprehensive digital location content to power automotive navigation systems, portable and wireless devices, Internet-based mapping applications and government and business solutions. The Chicago-based company is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2010, proudly supported by approximately 5,000 employees located in 211 offices in 48 countries.
Bill Scott, VP of Business Development from GetJar, will be presenting at this special Thursday edition of Mobile Monday on 23-September at Harry's Bar, Boat Quay.
GetJar is the world's second largest mobile app store with more than 1 billion downloads since its launch and was recently selected as a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer for 2011.
Date: Thursday, 23-September-2010
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Venue: Harry's Bar, Boat Quay
Attendance for this event is free. Register Here
Left to Right: Gregory Wade (Managing Director, Southeast Asia - RIM), John Fernandes (Director, Developer & Product Evangelism - Microsoft Singapore), Kenny Mathers (Head Developer Relations and Marketing, APAC - Forum Nokia), Andrew Khaw (Senior Director, Industry Development Group - IDA) and Andrew McGlinchey (Head of Product Management - Google Southeast Asia)
Developers will receive training in technical areas from mobile MNC partners such as Google, Microsoft, Nokia and Research in Motion (RIM) including cross-platform technologies, web-based technologies, and user interface and experience design. They will also be given the opportunity to leverage the partners' channels to market the solutions they have developed under the training period.
The qualifying period spent on training is up to 1 year. The iLE applicants will work with the MNC partners to develop the training programme. The iLE applicants will also need to co-fund the training as well. The developer undergoing training needs to be a Singaporean citizen/PR. The MNC partner, which has been identified in the application, will have to be agreeable to work with the iLE applicant; and the iLE applicant must be agreeable to develop the training programme together with the MNC partner.
AMPlify leverages IDA's Infocomm Leadership and Development Programme (iLEAD) under the niche technology area of Application Development. More information on the enhanced iLEAD programme can be found in the HERE.
Come and join us for the upcoming MobileMonday Singapore networking party at Harry's @ Esplanade
on Monday, 14 June 2010
during the annual CommunicAsia tradeshow proudly sponsored by Dialogic. Participants will meet international delegates in Singapore including MobileMonday Asia founders and other international mobile delegates! Attendance is free; all you need to do is to register for the event
. Book now to avoid being left out!
6.00pm-7.00pm Registration and Pre-Networking
7.00pm-7.20pm Innovation in Mobile presentations and discussion
7.20pm-9.00pm Cocktail and Networking Party
The upcoming MobileMonday Singapore event will feature Trilibis Mobile, an innovative company that provides hosted solution to solve mobile web fragmentation problems, based in San Mateo, California. Mr Meyyappan Alagappan, Chief Technology Officer will share how the global mobile ecosystem is evolving and during the course of evolution, how one should decide on their AppStore strategies.
Date: Monday, 26 April 2010
Venue: Harry's@Boat Quay
Time: 6pm - 9pm
Cost: $8 nett per person (entitled to one drink only)
Mr Meyyappan Alagappan's Bio
Meyyappan Alagappan is a Chief Technology officer for Trilibis Mobile, a company that provides hosted solution to solve mobile web fragmentation problems. As CTO, he is responsible for driving the company’s technology direction and managing the engineering team. Prior to joining Trilibis, Meyyappan was the founder and CTO of Mobile Solution. Meyyappan also worked for Cisco Systems, Fujitsu and Siemens, as well as several technology start-ups such as Electron Economy and OnMobile. Meyyappan has spoken in several technical conferences such as XTech, XML-Asia pacific, IC-2001 etc and holds several patents (awarded and pending).
Meyyappan holds an MS in Information Technology from the University of Birmingham, England, and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the National Institute of Technology (REC), Tiruchirappalli India.