|Wrox Wireless Developer Conference: Key Sessions to be Webcast|
Posted: 22-Jun-2000 [Source: Wrox press release]
[Key sessions from the upcoming Wrox Wireless Developer Conference are to be offered on-line to Internet viewers.]
Birmingham, U.K. -- For those programmers and industry professionals who cannot make it to the Wrox Professional Wireless Developer Conference in Amsterdam, 10 - 12 July, Wrox Conferences will be webcasting key sessions on www.wroxconferences.com. The webcast will also be hosted by the two largest Web sites in the wireless community, AnywhereYouGo.com and Wirelessdevnet.com.
The conference incorporates more than 40 sessions on topics including WAP, ASP, Java, C++ and open source technologies. Delivered over 3 days by industry experts sharing their experience, this conference is a must for programmers working in, or wanting to learn about mobile commerce, programming with WML/WMLScript, developing for EPOC, WinCE, Palm, Data Access over Wireless Networks and Bluetooth.
Sessions to be webcast include the keynote speeches by Dr Ross Bott, Phone.com, and Gregory Gorman from the Open Group. Ross Bott, Ph.D., Chief Operating Officer of Phone.com Inc will be addressing delegates on the subject of new development opportunities offered by the next generation of mobile communication networks. Other sessions to be webcast include "Designing Mobile Applications for the Enterprise" and "The Future of WAP: v1.2 and Beyond."
About Ross Bott, Ph.D.
Dr. Bott joined the Phone.com team as Chief Operating Officer. Prior to Phone.com, he was President and CEO of Onebox.com, a leading provider of web-based communications. Before the acquisition of Onebox.com by Phone.com, Dr. Bott launched the service and grew the user base of the company to more than 3m in fewer than 2 years. Prior to joining Onebox.com, he served in senior positions at Adobe Systems, Silicon Graphics, and Pyramid Technology Corp.
About Wrox Conferences
Wrox Conferences deliver independent programming solutions in keeping with the spirit of Wrox books, but with an emphasis on face-to-face communication. Delegates will meet the speakers and authors of the latest Wrox books, as well as their peers from the programming community. Wrox Conferences are a forum for discussion and the exchange of ideas. The material delivered is Wrox-edited, code-heavy and independent of commercial bias. Programmer to Programmer, the central ethic of Wrox, means that expert programmers share their knowledge and experience, enabling delegates to build their skills and get ahead in their careers.
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