CES 2012 To Have First App Developers University

Posted: Dec 12 2011, 4:26pm CST | by , in News | CES

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Devs can get their learn on

The CEA has announced that at CES 2012 it will be hosting the first ever applications developer university. The event will be held January 12 and will give the 12,000 app developers expected to attend the show a place to go for updates and developer programs. There will be more than a dozen major firms participating.

The firms include AT&T, Google, Intel, LG Electronics, Netgear, Qualcomm, Sony Ericsson and TiVo. "Coming off the success of CEA's first-ever TV Apps Developer University in September, we saw the need for a Developer University event at CES," said Brian Markwalter, senior vice president of research and standards, CEA. "As apps continue to revolutionize the delivery of content to consumers, this event provides a single venue for OEMs, platform vendors and service providers to promote their platforms and developer programs to the large cross section of developers who attend CES annually."

The Developer University is aimed at 3rd party developers, system integrators, startups, and other folks developing apps of all sorts including games and productivity software. It will last from 9am to 5pm on January 12 at the LVCC in room S228. If you are a developer here is the perfect reason to hit the boss up to attend the show.

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