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Mobile Unconference

Microsoft to lay on a networking bus for November's Dutch event.

Rotterdam/Amsterdam/Bemmel – It is nearly time for the Mobile Unconference. On the 15th of November, mobile game & app developers from The Netherlands, Germany and Denmark will travel down to Dusseldorf for the second Mobile Unconference. To support the Dutch developers, Microsoft will make available a bus. The bus will start in Rotterdam and stop in Utrecht and Arnhem before driving to Dusseldorf.

The bus is outfitted to support informal networking between developers and other participants to the event. During the ride and the event, Microsoft will make available several Windows Phone 7 devices to play with. Microsoft will also make available a few engineers to answer questions from developers.

“We are very enthousiastic about this initiative to support mobile developers from Holland that go to the Mobile Unconference. We will have Windows Phone 7 devices available during the ride so we hope to see a lot of interaction from the developers” says Matthijs Hoekstra, Developer Evangelist at Microsoft. “.”

“With the support of Microsoft, we hope to make it as easy as possible for Dutch developers to join the Mobile Unconference.” Says Arjan Olsder, Chief Editor of MobileGamesBlog.com.

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About the Mobile Unconference

The Mobile Unconference is organized by Mobile Enterprise Network Europe, MobileGamesBlog.com, Codeglue, Mangrove, Pavingways and Vodafone Germany. The Mobile Unconference originated from the iPhone Unconference sessions from Syntens. 

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