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iPhone Developer Summit Names Kevin Hoffman Conference Tech Chair

What's the impact of the iPhone going to be on the delivery of rich content to mobile users?

iPhone Developer Summit (www.iphonedevsummit.com) announced today Kevin Hoffman as the Tech Chair of the Conference. The letter from the Tech Chair at the conference Website contained the following message:

What's the impact of the iPhone going to be on the delivery of rich content to mobile users? How does Google's new Android differ from the iPhone SDK and iPhone Safari development? When should you use the iPhone SDK versus developing web applications?

The release of the Apple iPhone and the iPod Touch has renewed interest in computing devices controlled with direct hand input (either by touch and/or pen), putting "gesture-based" interfaces squarely onto the menu of what developers want to learn more about.

But gesture-based design is just one of the myriad topics that have suddenly become red-hot. Others include questions about how to build apps using the new ASP.NET MVC framework, how to build "social applications," and how to develop high-quality, iPhone-style web-based GUIs for applications.

Come join us at the first-ever iPhone Developer Summit on March 19-20, 2008, in New York City - either as a delegate, a sponsor, an exhibitor, or a speaker. I look forward to meeting you there!"

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