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Topic # 83047 9-May-2011 21:17
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This is of interest to mobile developers: Open API Service New Zealand tour. This will coincide with the 25th anniversary of TUANZ:

...  TUANZ and Alcatel-Lucent are sponsoring Telecommunications Day 2011 on 19 May 2011 at the Te Papa Museum in Wellington. Telecommunications Day 2011 looks forward to shape and define our future for the next 25 years.   In celebration, we're touring New Zealand and talking with developers from every discipline about how they see the future, and how jointly we'll create   our new tomorrow.

Join us in Wellington on 18 May or Auckland on 20 May for   an informal developer meet-up about how we craft the future, together. (Where   "Informal = yes, pizza is involved.")  

In particular, we'll share real world experiences with local developers, show   what developers around the globe have been doing with network-enabled apps,   and discuss how they've done it. As we focus on the future, we look forward   starting the conversation about how modern software developers will move   beyond local borders to create network-enabled apps for the global market.

More information and contact in the link.

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