AT&T Developer Program Opens Registration for 2012 Developer Summit
AT&T's Annual Gathering Offers Developers Opportunities to Hone Skills and Gain Insight on AT&T's Latest Developer Services
Dallas, Texas, October 25, 2011
Registration kicks off today for the sixth-annual AT&T* Developer Summit, to be held Jan. 8-9 at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. Interested developers can get more information and register at www.2012devsummit.com. Occurring just before the Consumer Electronics Show, the 2012 AT&T Developer Summit includes a lineup of top executive keynotes that will expand on AT&T’s direction for 2012 and plans to enable innovation for the development community.
The keynote session on the morning of Monday, Jan. 9 will feature such AT&T executives as
- Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets
- David Christopher, chief marketing officer, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets
- John Donovan, chief technology officer, AT&T Operations
On Sunday, Jan. 8, AT&T invites developers to a “Hackathon” from 10:30 a.m.– 9:30 p.m. At this event experienced coders come together to learn about new technologies, collaborate and create innovative mobile applications. At the end of the Hackathon, developers are able to show off their innovations.
This year’s Summit packs 40 break-out sessions into a single afternoon. These sessions feature AT&T’s latest developer offers and services organized into Enterprise, Best Practices, Advanced Software Development, Go-to-Market Strategies, Tools and APIs, and Emerging Devices tracks.
In the evening of Jan. 9, attendees will also enjoy dinner, networking and small group training sessions and evening entertainment at Rain nightclub.
Developers interested in attending can register for the 2012 AT&T Developer Summit by visiting www.2012devsummit.com. Early registration is $95 and after Nov. 18, registration will be set at $125.
AT&T Developer Program
As the longest running carrier developer program and the one rated best by Evans Data Corporation for the past five years, the AT&T Developer Program is born from the company’s commitment to innovation and third-party development. To encourage even more developer interaction and innovation, AT&T opened its third Foundry location in Palo Alto last month, joining others in Tel Aviv and Plano. The AT&T Foundry is one part of AT&T’s overall innovation strategy that aims to accelerate technology development by collaborating with third party developers, venture capitalists and technology providers – sometimes by taking lead on a project, other times by contributing expertise, connections and resources to help developers bring an idea to reality.
Membership is free to all at http://developer.att.com/.