FITC Mobile 2009 – Learn, Discuss, Network

FITC is known to produce great events for developers. I have always been a keen follower of their events, and this year I was particularly impressed with their mobile focussed conference.

The FITC Mobile Developer Conference is going to be held in Toronto, Canada this year. The event is scheduled to be a 2 day conference during September 13 – 14, 2009, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada.

With this conference, FITC Mobile will bring together the leaders in mobile design and development, developers and programmers of mobile content, and all those who are curious to know all about the mobile development world. The conference will cover the technical side of development as well as sessions on marketing and finance.

Besides the 2 day conference, FITC Mobile also has an optional pre-conference workshop on Saturday, September 12, 2009. The sessions for this include a variety of topics such as platforms (Android, Flash Lite, OpenGL, Windows CE), applications (SMS, QR codes, video) and devices (BlackBerry, Palm, iPhone). You can check out the website for more details on the agenda and speakers.

FITC Mobile – Tickets Information:
The FITC Mobile Development Conference is open to beginner, intermediate and advanced programmers and developers of mobile content. Ticket prices range from $69 (CdN) for an Early Bird Student Conference Pass to $399 for a Regular Conference + Workshop Pass. You can go to to purchase tickets.

I do have a couple of FITC Mobile conference tickets to give to anyone who is interested in attending the conference. So if you really want to attend, but have not purchased your pass as yet, please leave a comment on this post (alternately email at mariamdh [at] gmail [dot] com) with an interesting reason on why attending FITC Mobile is important to you. If you are creative (and genuine of course !!) with your answer, the conference ticket will be all yours! 🙂


About Mariam Dholkawala 188 Articles
Part geeky part quirky, I love writing games, travelling the world, trying new food and learning new languages. I am sometimes the designer, programmer and artist for some of my own games.

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