I've been meaning to blog these... over the next couple of months I'll be out and about, speaking at a few events:
- Telco 2.0 on the 28/29 April, where I'll be presenting a comparison of what it's like to launch products on various platforms and through operator portals and app stores;
- The mighty LIFT2010 on 5-7 May, where I'm running our Mobile Mountains workshop as part of the open programme - the sign up is here if you're interested in attending;
- Eduserv Symposium on 13th May, where I'll be giving a general introduction to developing for mobile: what's different about the mobile value chain vs fixed-internet, approaches to design and development, and a few trends we've seen here;
- At M-Publishing in June, I shall be flying the flag for free content in a debate with Stephen Pinches of the Financial Times;
All that, and I'll be out and about at these fine events too:
- UXCampLondon tomorrow, where I think I'll try to paper over a lack of preparedness by running a discussion session;
- Geek'n'Rolla this coming Tuesday, a startup-focused event which was excellent last year;
- Brighton Festival Hack Day, which looks low-key, but the sentiment is a good one. Would love to see Brighton Council do a similar event...
- A little further out but worth marking in the diary: Mobile 2.0 Europe on June 16-17, which was absolutely top last year and dovetails all-too-conveniently with Sonar...