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Facebook And Mobile: What Can We Code?

Speaker(s): 
Fabio Bertone
Video: 
Slides: 

Facebook Developer Garage London March 2011

Date: 
30 weeks 6 days ago

We're pleased to announce our next regular event, taking place on Thursday 17th March (not our usual third Wednesday of the month), at our new venue in the Freemasons' Hall (close to Holborn, Covent Garden, Tottenham Court Road and Temple stations).

The theme this month will be mobile, and confirmed speakers so far include Fabio Bertone from Reply on Facebook coding for Android and iOS, Ronan Shields from New Media Age magazine with some high level analysis of the mobile industry, Tim Ocock from Steely Eye Media talking about the network within social networking, FDGL committee member Tom Gallagher from Logicode on HTML5, and Matthew Johnston and Alex Couturon from Facebook talking about how they deal with Platform bug reports and questions on the developer forums.

We'll also have as usual Iskandar Najmuddin, Technical Director at Syncapse (formerly Nudge) briefing us on the latest platform updates, Dave Nattriss, freelance developer and FDGL secretary and webmaster, running down what's hot on Facebook, and an introduction with Facebook product updates from Todd Chaffee, the chairman of the FDGL committee.

The last few month's events each sold out within days, so be quick. We'll have beer, pizza, possibly some Facebook swag, and will go for after-drinks in a nearby pub/bar.

Tickets are available at http://fdglmarch2011.eventbrite.com - you must buy in advance to guarantee entry on the night. Earlybird tickets are available until Friday before the event subject to quantity.

As always we are grateful for the sponsorship of our events - thanks to our regular sponsors Facebook, Gamaroff Digital, Adknowledge, Conversocial, Joyent, Logicode and Syncapse, and our media partner Newspepper.

Audience capacity: 
220 people
Video report: 
Host(s): 
Todd Chaffee

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