Last week was London Mobile Week. It was a jam packed week of amazing mobile related events, many of which BlueVia was proud to sponsor. London Mobile week also saw the début of a new approach for promoting BlueVia.
And if you’re a mobile developer, we think you might be interested in it.
As we head into the final quarter of 2011 we have reached two important milestones:
- We now have thousands of developers working on the platform, creating great product. We will continue to publish case studies of cool stuff created using BlueVia on our Slideshare account [link], so stay tuned
- We have already attended, sponsored, coded and presented at more than 100 events across Europe, North, and South America, and there are still two and a bit months left in 2011! Wow!
With this in mind we came to the conclusion that probably many people were bored listening to the same old faces from the BlueVia team!
Putting our developers centre stage
Therefore we have now decided that when we have stage time at an event, we will turn this time over to one of the developers working with the platform whenever possible. Our thinking is you want to hear what it is really like working with BlueVia from a fellow developer, warts and all, not a nice slick marketing presentation from us.
Well, we put this approach to the test last week, with our first two developer presentations being delivered by Peter Swain from Always On Message at Planet of the Apps and Yosi Taguri from Labgoo at DroidCon UK (you can see their presentations and slides below).
Based on initial feedback at the events, this approach seems to have been well received. Below you can watch the presentations and review the slides. Please let us know what you think.
If you want to be featured at one of our future events, get in touch.
Peter Swain at Planet of the Apps
You can view or download Peter’s slide deck or watch the video of his presentation:
Yosi Taguri at DroidCon UK
Watch Yosi deliver his presentation at DroidCon UK here: