Sunday, 9 January 2011

I'm presenting at CoDev 2011 conference in Scottsdale, AZ, 24-26 Jan

Just to let you know that I am presenting at the excellent CoDev 2011 conference on 24-26 January.

The conference fosters co-development and open innovation - which chimes perfectly with my work with the Tesco API which is open to third party developers and linked to our affiliates scheme.

The conference takes place at the Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale (near Phoenix) in Arizona from 24th to 26th January.

As well as giving a speech on our mobile strategy (and the thought processes around third-party involvement behind it), I'll also be in and around the conference (and maybe on a panel) throughout these dates, so if you're there I look forward to meeting you.

More info on the CoDev 2011 conference here.

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