Wednesday, June 30, 2010

France Telecom Mobile Games Event

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We're glad to announce the 3rd event in the series of France Telecom events in cooperation with MoMoTLV. This time we are hosting several executives coming from France including Raphael Goumot, VP games from content division, Pascal Latouche, VP from ATTM (time to market) and Nathalie Boulanger, senior VP from Marketing and Innovation team.

When: Monday, July 12th, 2010 @ 16:00
Where: Orca Interactive, Zarchin 22, Raanana
What: Mobile Web Technology Workshop
Price: Free, but registration required

To register to the event go to http://ftgames.eventsbot.com/. Note the we have limited spaces so if you're into mobile games and content hurry to register.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Mobile Web Technology Workshop with W3C

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We are delighted to invite you to the June 2010 Mobile Monday Tel Aviv event. Join us for an interesting workshop at the Meitav College Tel Aviv which is located at Ramat Achayal (Raoul Wallenberg 24)

In this exclusive workshop we'll discuss "Mobile Web Development Best Practices", learn and comment on the best practices assembled by W3C, as well as get insights & watch live demos of a few startups mobile web apps.

When: Monday, June 28th, 2010 @ 19:00
Where: Meitav College, Ramat Hachayal, Roual Wallenberg 24
What: Mobile Web Technology Workshop
Price: Free, but registration required (And there are limited places)

Agenda:
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* Mobile Web Introduction - Aviv Revach, Co-Founder @ MoMoTLV, Co-Founder @ Mo'Minis
* Key Session: Mobile Web Applications Best Practices - Eyal Sela @ W3C
* Mobile Web Apps Showcase - 3 Israeli startups will present their own mobile web apps

Registration is done in the http://mobileweb.eventsbot.com where you can also find more details on the event. Places are limited so if you're interested in mobile web - hurry to register!

The event is sponsored by the W3C. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community where Member organizations, a full-time staff, and the public work together to develop Web standards. The Israeli Office is operated by The Israel Internet Association

The Israel Internet Association is a not-for-profit membership organization, dedicated to promoting the use of the Internet for research, communication and collaboration. ISOC-IL is an International Chapter of the Internet Society and serves as a forum for government, industry, and individuals.

We also thank our annual sponsors Partner Communications (Orange Israel).