MEDC 2007 Call For Papers Issued!
Do you think you've got what it takes to educate developers, device makers, business & marketing decision makers and IT Professionals on delivering compelling devices, experiences, and cool applications? Well, Microsoft’s Mobile and Embedded Developer Conference might be your chance to prove it. We're looking for experienced conference presenters who have built and deployed mobile devices and applications to come and share their best practices and tips and tricks at MEDC 2007. For a look at last year’s event, visit medc2006.com.
The Microsoft MEDC team invites you to submit proposals to speak in the conference breakout sessions. MEDC is one of Microsoft's most important annual technical training events, and our speaker selection process is extremely rigorous to ensure that attendees experience outstanding quality technical training. Successful proposals will be technical presentations that target best practices and tips & tricks, delivered by experts with significant and highly-rated speaking experience. The number of sessions with external speakers will be limited to 30% of the total number of sessions.
Objectives: MEDC is the premier event for developers, device makers, business & marketing decision makers, and IT Professionals to get a firsthand look at the future of mobile and embedded platforms. Learn how to build devices and bring to market applications, content and services for Windows Mobile, Windows Embedded and Tablet PC platforms.
Session Proposals: Please submit breakout session ideas for 75 minute sessions in the following topic areas by December 8, 2006:
· Application Development
· Enterprise Application Architecuture
· Business, Market Opportunity, and Partners
· Managing Windows Mobile Devices
· Building Embedded Devices
Session submissions can be made through the Call For Papers website (https://medc2007.mscorpevents.com/CFP/CallForPapers.aspx). Acceptance of any session is entirely at Microsoft's discretion. Full terms and conditions are on the Call For Papers website.