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Developers, YMDC is Back! Yahoo Mobile Developer Conference is Coming to NYC in August
By Jarah Euston, VP of Product
your calendars! The Yahoo Mobile Developer Conference will take place August 26
at the Marriott Marquis in New York City. The conference will once again include speakers from
across Yahoo (including Tumblr), sessions with app developers and more. Flurry
from Yahoo will share what’s new in mobile developer tools, and breakout
sessions will help developers solve some of the biggest issues they’re facing
in today’s rapidly evolving and growing app market, such as monetization and
measurement. We’re thrilled to be hosting our first-ever mobile hackathon the
day before, on August 25!
hosted our first Yahoo Mobile Developer Conference in San Francisco in
February, and we couldn’t have been more thrilled by how many developers came
out to our inaugural event. Since
then, we’ve continued to invest in developer initiatives, such as our monthly
Yodel Meetup in San Francisco, and packed mobile developer meetups in Seattle,
Toronto, London, Cannes, Taipei, Delhi and Bangalore. We’re excited to bring
the Yahoo Mobile Developer Conference to the East Coast, where there’s a
rapidly growing hub of mobile innovation.
For more information, updates on the
agenda and speakers, and to request an invitation, please check the official
event Tumblr here: http://ymdcnyc.tumblr.com/
We hope you’ll join us! Stay tuned for
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