Published August 16th, 2011 by

Be a witness to a tectonic shift in MoMo Mumbai’s schedule. Mobile Monday Mumbai is set to become Telecom Tuesday Mumbai. Well, almost. For the first time since birth of MoMo Mumbai chapter in 2006, the inviolable Monday fixture of MoMo Mumbai will take place on a Tuesday. Thanks to Bhagwan Krishna and Janmashtami, we have shifted the August ’11 event to Tuesday, 23rd August. So don’t miss the chance to experience Mobile Monday on a Tuesday.

MoMo Mumbai invites you for launch of mig33 Developer Program in India.

This means great things for game developers! So join us as we unlock virtual power with you, as we show you how to connect and monetize your social games and apps with mig33, one of the world’s largest mobile-first communities and a mobile audience of more than 50 million committed users on its platform.

Agenda:

  • 6.30 pm: Registrations
  • 7.00 pm: Presentation by Chris Chandler
  • 7.45 pm: Group Discussion
  • 8.15 pm: Networking Dinner

Where:
Plateau Hall
Club Peninsula,
Peninsula Corporate Park
Lower Parel West, Mumbai.

When:
6.30 pm – 9 pm
Tuesday, 23rd August 2011

RSVP:
http://momomum201108.eventbrite.com/

About the Speaker:

Chris ChandlerChris Chandler, VP – Business Development, spearheads mig33’s expansion across mobile-first markets worldwide, including India, South Africa and Indonesia. He is responsible for growing mig33′s customer base and further aligns mig33 with industry partners. He joined mig33 from Microsoft Corporation’s Consumer & Online Division. Chris also heads the MoMo Singapore Chapter and is deeply involved with the mobile community across the globe.

About the Sponsor:

Mig33 logomig33 is the world’s largest mobile-first social entertainment service, connecting over 50 million registered members around the world with chat and entertainment every day, and hosting a fast-growing virtual economy. Launched in late 2005, mig33 is backed by Silicon Valley venture firms Accel Partners, Redpoint Ventures and DCM, GREE, Inc. and many others.

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Published September 27th, 2010 by

Am attending the Mobile Monday Global Summit in Helsinki and Tallinn. Will be there till Thursday, Sep 30.

Please drop me a mail at veer@mobilepundit.com in case you have some ideas about interesting people and companies that I could meet there.

Veer.

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Published May 19th, 2010 by

Microsoft’s Early Adaptor Program has organized an exclusive briefing on Windows Phone 7 developer platform in Mumbai.

20 MoMo Mumbai members who are in pursuit of Windows Phone 7 based development will get free passes to this event.

Comment on this post or email me on veer@mobilepundit.com explaining why you deserve a free pass.

Metro - Windows 7

Abstract:

Windows Phone 7 will open up a host of new application and multi-screen development opportunities, and this briefing will give you a jumpstart in understanding how to take advantage of them.

Attendee Prerequisites:

.NET development skills, Visual Studio or Expression Blend skills

Agenda:

  • Windows Phone 7 Developer Platform Overview
  • Building Windows Phone 7 Applications using Silverlight
  • Building Windows Phone 7 Games with XNA

When:

25 May 2010
09:00 – 18:00

Where:

The Mirador
131 / B, New Link Road,
Chakala Andheri (East),
Mumbai – 400 099.

Click here for directions and map.

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Published May 12th, 2010 by

The High Tech Industry Association (Israel) will be holding its Annual Conference 2010, which will unite all facets of the Israeli High Tech ecosystem under one roof – Startup companies, Investors, Venture Capital Firms, Entrepreneurs, International Technological Companies and other industry affiliates.

This event is of the highest profile, bringing some of the biggest names in the High Tech world. Almost all key players in the Indian high-tech industry are actively supporting this important chance for business exchange between the countries.

Mobile Monday India is pleased to be one of the supporting associations of this event.

The Indian delegation will visit Israel on June 6th – 10th, 2010 and will combine business and pleasure in an inspiring experience. The delegation will enjoy an extended India program to the annual HTIA
Conference.

Registration for the delegation could be done at www.htia2010.co.il/india.html

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Published March 16th, 2010 by

Mobile Monday Bangalore is organising a day long developer conference on 27th March 2010.

Mobile developers will have an opportunity to learn and network with the top-notch technologists and business leaders in the field of mobile technology.

The talks and panel discussion during the conference have been tailored to provide:

A view on the market for mobile apps focusing on current dynamics, future trends and ever-changing customer needs

– this will assist mobile developers and entrepreneurs to find the sweet-spot for pitching their mobile apps to their target market

An insight to multiple approaches for monetizing mobile apps

– this will enable mobile developers in building apps with higher marketability and choosing appropriate channel for monetizing it

A comprehensive coverage on technologies powering latest mobile app development and testing.

- mobile developers will have a chance to not only enhance their existing technical knowledge but also acquire additional knowledge across other domains of mobile app development lifecycle.

Where:
Hotel Royal Orchids, Bangalore

When:
27th March 2010

Register early to avail an early bird discount of 25%, the offer expires on 21 March 2010.

For details about speakers & topics visit http://devcon.momob.in.

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Published November 19th, 2009 by

The November 9th MoMo Mumbai event was a smash!

JariJari Tammisto, CEO of Mobile Monday, talked about his experience of running MoMo internationally and answered questions from participants on global mobile scenario. Rajesh Jain, MD of Netcore Solutions and Jari discussed the Indian and international mobile market in a one-to-one talkathon.

Many of us held this belief that Mobile Mondays happen on Mondays because Monday is the only day of week which begins with M and rhymes with Mobile. But the big secret is out now. Jari’s reasoning behind “Mobile Mondays” reminded me of another Finnish great Linus Torvald’s Linux/Open Source philosophy – Free as in “Free Beer” and not “Free Speech” :)

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