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So Many Apps, So Little Time: AppNation SF

Next Wednesday, April 27th, I’ll be part of a panel discussion at the Second Annual AppNation conference and expo in San Francisco. My panel is entitled, “So Many Apps, So Little Time” and will likely involve the CEOs of Appia and appbackr and the newly installed head of Amazon’s App Store for Android wondering what the heck to make of the bald Buffalo guy. Actually, I’ll probably try to figure out the way to get the gentleman from Amazon to spill the beans on that Kindle tablet I’m certain they’re readying for market.

March 27-28, AppNation takes over part of Moscone Center in San Francisco. As an official media partner of the conference, TechnoBuffalo has a couple of free passes to the conference to giveaway: Drop a line in the comments if you’re seriously interested in attending, and can make it to San Francisco next week, and we’ll gauge interest. We’ve also got a code good for 30% off of registration that I’ll post below. And if you come out on Wednesday the 27th, make sure you say hi to me!

Here’s a little more on AppNation from the official conference PR:

The conference will focus on social and mobile apps across all devices and platforms including social media platforms, smartphones, tablets, internet-enabled TVs, and other emerging platforms and devices. Additionally, there will also be hardware, infrastructure and tools companies showcasing their products, innovations and technology roadmaps. Current speakers include executives from Digital Chocolate, Intel, BlackBerry, Marvel Entertainment, Jumptap, Nielsen Mobile, Sequoia Capital, Fox Broadcasting, Greystripe, Norwest Venture Partners, Wall Street Journal and dozens of others.

TechnoBuffalo readers receive 30% off full conference registration by using code APTB30!

More info, including a full agenda and speaker lineup, is available at Appnationconference.com.


Noah Kravitz

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