Time is running out to register for our next event - a drinks reception at Apps World, ExCeL on 12th November from 5pm.
Registration for our reception also gives you:
* a free Developer Plus Pass (worth £59) which includes access to the keynote from Brian Cox
* an exhibition pass for both 12th and 13th November
* access to the after-party at the O2 on the 12th (a short hop across the river on the Emirates Air Line cable car)
Come and see us at the MoMoLo StartUp Zone during the day on Wednesday or Thursday - in our village we'll be in great company with around thirty of the most diverse StartUps from our community. From double dating to parking and app testing to gaming, they'd love your support and will also be there for the drinks on Wednesday 12th from 5-8pm.
In the Zone will be: Ripple. Inc, Dna Dezign, Steer73, Smashed Crab Studio, Intoware, Mobikats Enterprise, Equaleyes Solutions, UCL Advances, Readly, ETAOI Systems, Techsis, eeGeo, AppyParking, Rounded Squarish, Triggertrap, Muzache, Playir, Mobileize, RefMe. co, Kites, QuizTix, Develapps, adsy. me, Swytch, Scramboo and Double.
If you also want to attend the various conference tracks you can enter MOMO15 and get a 15% discount on the ticket price. Check out the programme and book your tickets here.
Once more, do remember to register by 5pm Friday.
Contribute to the Developer Economics Research Series on The App Economy and Developer Trends
While we’re here, and talking about Apps, we’re great supporters of the Developer Economics survey, which provides really important insights into what is happening and needs your support!
Now in its eighth iteration, the survey tracks responses from thousands of contributors across the globe. What do you think about the latest trends? Do you see more opportunity in Wearables, Smart Homes or Connected Cars? Who's making money from apps - and how? Are iOS developers adopting Swift? Is the web vs. native debate still relevant? It only takes ten minutes and you could win some great prizes.
We will send out a link to the free results of the survey in February. So do get involved here.
Looking forward to seeing you all next week.