Washington iPhone/Android/Smartphone Developers & Marketers

The greater DC metroplex is a leading region for technology innovation. It makes sense to bring together those who are on the forefront of mobile application development and marketing to drive innovation, promote economic development and stay ahead of the global market. The DC iPhone/Android meetup seeks to:

  • Become a key resource for government, industry and individuals
  • Showcase professionals in the area
  • Evaluate and support companies and business models
  • Leverage one another
  • Form alliances
  • Have fun in the process

Hope to see you soon.

Pete Erickson

Events coming up

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Past events

  • UX and Design Secrets - Native and Web

    Wed, 21 Sep 2011, 21:30 - 23:30 in Mclean, United States

    This month we turn our attention to UX and Design. Perhaps one of the most important areas when it comes to mobile, is the user experience. Come hear from our expert panel, see live demos and networking with the best and brightest from the DC region. We'll also have our monthly app premiers. (If you have something new to share, please contact Pete Erickson to get on the schedule)Agenda:5:30pm - doors open - pizza, drinks and networking6:30pm - programPresenters / Panelists

  • Special Event: MoDevDC @ DC Tech Meetup - Mobile Edition

    12-13 Sep 2011 in Washington, United States

    MoDevDC has teamed up with DC Tech Meetup this month for a special event Monday, Sept 12th. The event will feature several from the MoDevDC  community.  Expected attendance is going to be near 1100, so RSVP early.  You can RSVP here or at the DC Tech Meetup site. If you're not a member of the DC Tech Meetup, I highly recommend joining, they are putting on a great series of events.Agenda:Intro (7:00-7:05) Peter Corbett, CEO, iStrategylabsOpening Talks (7:05-7:20) 1.

  • April Meetup update: Meet the creator of Objective-C + 8 app premiers

    20-21 Apr 2011 in Mclean, United States

    I was lucky enough to have met Dr. Tom Love at Disruptathon last week. Not only did Tom create Objective-C, he was responsible for convincing Steve Jobs to go with Objective-C and the rest is history. He's agreed to come to our April 20th meetup to be interviewed and take questions.Bring your questions and come meet a true technology legend. We'll spend the first half of the meetup talking with Tom and then we'll get into our app demos.

  • Partner Event: Mobile Citizen Summit

    Sat, 16 Apr 2011, 12:30 - 14:30 in Chevy Chase, United States

    The Mobile Citizen Summit is a one-day learning laboratory for those interested in applying mobile technologies to empower, fuel and drive citizen engagement in the public good. Our focus is on providing you with informative and practical discussions that will empower you to:* Understand the opportunities mobile technology provides* Discover successful mobile business cases* Gain exposure to innovative tools and applications* Explore SMS vs. Smartphone technologies, and

  • Premium Event: Disruptathon Mobile Apps Contest @ Gannett/USAToday

    7-8 Apr 2011 in Mclean, United States

    Come network, dine and have a great time at Gannett/USAToday headquarters in Tyson's corner. The program will feature ten finalists pre-selected from a highly competitive field of submitted apps. Each will make their case with five minute demos while attendees rate each presentation in realtime using the Disruptathon Innovation Discovery app. At the end of the program, top finishers will be recognized and the  Hottest Mobile App Champion crowned.Presenting will be

  • Sit down with Steve Jobs

    1-2 Apr 2011 in Washington D.C., United States

    Steve Jobs has asked MoDevDC to schedule one hour of developer focused discussions tonight. His goal is to learn as much as possible about the front lines of development and to share more about Apple's plans. Topics discussed will be:-- The real story behind Apple and Adobe and the move away from Flash-- Mobile advertising and the future of iAds-- The iOS development environment-- iPhone 5 release-- The future of iTunes-- Developer questions

  • SXSWi Recap + Intro to Near Field Communications

    16-17 Mar 2011 in Mclean, United States

    Several MoDevDCists are headed to Austin for this years SXSWi March 11-15. For those not going, it is important to know the latest mobile trends and which companies are thriving in this fast moving era. We'll discuss how companies are marketing themselves, business models, platforms supported and more.From the SXSWi website

  • The Business of Mobile Development

    21-22 Feb 2011 in Mclean, United States

    This is a great opportunity to learn the ins and outs of a successful mobile development business. Whether you are developing apps for consumers, building a platform or developing custom enterprise apps, this event is for you.Our excellent panel:Sze Wong, CEO/Founder of iFormBuilderDave Wolf, VP of Strategy at Cynergy SystemsBarg Upender, CEO of MobomoMichael Pratt, COO CardstarScott Suhy, Board Member, PointAbout

  • Android - Under the hood

    3-4 Feb 2011 in Washington, United States

    Go beyond mere app development and push the "openness" of android devices to their limits using low level development techniques and operating system customizations.

  • AppShare @ TechCocktail - Digital Capital Week

    Thu, 17 Jun 2010, 21:30 - 23:30 in Washington, United States

    I'm pleased to announce that we've partnered with TechCocktail to bring you a great meetup experience during the inaugural Digital Capital Week. We're hosting AppShare @ TechCocktail at the very cool Lux Lounge at 649 New York Ave, NW. 7th and New York.You'll need to RSVP for the Meetup and register for the TechCocktail event. Cost is $15 which includes a drink! If you wish to demo an app please indicate in your RSVP for planning purposes.

  • The Future of Mobile Video

    Wed, 19 May 2010, 21:30 - 23:30 in Mclean, United States

    With the well publicized decision by Apple not to support Flash, mobile developers and the rich internet content community have serious decisions to make. Come hear how some are moving forward and weigh in with your own strategies and thoughts.I don't expect the debate to quell anytime soon. In the meantime, here's a chance to see what's working on multiple platforms and hear what the developer community thinks about the future of mobile video.Panelist announced May 12th.

  • Disruptathon - Mobile Bizz Apps - May 6th 11:30AM

    Thu, 6 May 2010, 15:30 - 17:30 in Mclean, United States

    This event is brought to you by The mobile business and "prosumer" markets are experiencing a revolution with the proliferation of smarter devices and app stores. Get a first-hand look at innovative business applications for the mobile worker and business community. Hear from the people who conceived them and are bringing them to market. Play an active role in the event by providing your insights and feedback using Disruptathon's Zerion powered mobile platform.

  • April 14th - Making Money in Mobile + AppShare

    Wed, 14 Apr 2010, 21:30 - 23:30 in Mclean, United States

    We are pleased to announce a remote presentation provided by well known author, speaker, and trainer on Android, Mark Murphy.Presentation AbstractThere is plenty of money to be made in mobile, particularly with Android. However, the conventional ways of making money have one big problem they're conventional, and hence overcrowded. Trying to sell individual app's to individual users is a tough row to hoe in an Android Market with tens of thousands of app's.

  • iPad Eve - Happy Hour at 1410Q

    Fri, 2 Apr 2010, 21:00 - 23:00 in Washington, United States

    With the launch of the iPad on Saturday April 3rd, it makes sense to celebrate the occasion with a little levity and fun. Come to 1410Q for "iPad Eve" happy hour to mark the launch. A great excuse to hang out and debate predictions of iPads success or demise.Pizza, beer and wine.No formal program but if you have developed an iPad app, bring your simulation to share with others.

  • Developers Roundtable + AppShare - Downtown, DC - 1410Q

    10-11 Mar 2010 in Washington, United States

    We are holding this Meetup downtown at the new 1410Q "Innovation Hotspot" (aka PointAbout HQ). Our goal is to serve more of our member base by holding occasional sessions downtown. We hope you can make it.Content: This Meetup offers the DC developer community a forum to discuss the issues and share strategies for overcoming challenges. Technology, marketing and operations are all on the table. Come prepared to share and learn.

  • Checklist for a Successful Mobile Startup + AppShare

    10-11 Feb 2010 in Mclean, United States

    Independent developers, startups and high growth companies won't want to miss this important session. We'll cover a range of topics all mobile business entrepreneurs must consider: *Sole proprietor, LLC, S or C corp *Trademarks and intellectual property *Indemnity, risk *Transfer of ownership and rights *Company valuation *Contracts *Open questions

  • Disruptathon - Telecom/Media

    20-21 Jan 2010 in Mclean, United States

    Special for Meetup members:We are reserving a limited number of seats for iPhone/Android/Smartphone Meetup members. You can RSVP and pay through this Meetup site or go to www.disruptathon-comm1.eventbrite.com to register.Event Details:Disruptathon in partnership with TelecomHUB is proud to present Disruptathon for Telecom and Media.

  • Volunteer Spots for Disruptathon - First come first serve

    Wed, 20 Jan 2010, 20:00 - 22:00 in Mclean, United States

    Hello! We are seeking eight energetic volunteers to help out with the Jan 20th Disruptathon at Teqcorner. The duties are as follows:-- Show up at 3 p.m. for volunteers briefing-- Help with setup-- Check people in and get them acquainted with using an iPod Touch and the Disruptathon App-- Serve as the customer service attendee for ten guests during the live event 6p.m.-8p.m.-- Be responsible for collecting the iPod Touch devices at the end of the event

  • January Evening Dev Camp + AppShare

    13-14 Jan 2010 in Mclean, United States

    This is our increasingly popular monthly dev session and AppShare at Teqcorner. There will also be two additional social events in January including the PointAbout "App Release Party" on Jan 19th and the Telecom/Media Disruptathon on Jan 20th. Stay tuned for those notices.First floor training room:5:30-6p.m. Networking6p.m. - Dev session led by one or more of our excellent members7p.m. - Appshare (five apps, five minutes each)8p.m. - Adjourn

  • Successfully Marketing Your App + Holiday Cheer

    9-10 Dec 2009 in Mclean, United States

    It's time we turn our attention to the business side of a successful app strategy and have a little fun. This Meetup will feature a presentation on app marketing by David Kirby from Flipside5 with 40 million downloads under their belts. We'll follow Davids presentation with a Q&A panel session on the same topic. With all the recent discussions on app marketing this is very timely. We'll then turn our attention to the pressing issue of having fun with our own holiday celebration.

  • Oct 28th - Disruptathon - Mobile App Developers Showcase

    Wed, 28 Oct 2009, 20:00 - 22:00 in Washington, United States

    After almost a year behind the curtains, we're going public! Event Details/Registration This is a fun chance to interact with influencers from the Mobile Industry and share your greatness. The format is simple: Fifteen developers will have five minutes each to demonstrate their best App to leaders and other professionals from the mobile industry. Prizes will be awarded to the highest rated Apps. This event will be downtown, DC at Qorvis HQ.

  • Evening DevCamp + Appshare

    Wed, 7 Oct 2009, 21:30 - 23:30 in Mclean, United States

    We are going to have two Meetups in October. This notice is for our usual TeqCorner Meetup on October 7th. And I will also be sending another notice for our public event on October 28th which will take place at Qorvis in downtown DC. Stay tuned for that announcement. Doors will now open at 5:30PM to allow for a 30 minute networking period.

  • Mini DevCamp + Appshare

    9-10 Sep 2009 in McLean, United States

    Guest presenter: Renowned Blackberry Architect Steve Boyle helped lead Citibanks global mobile applications strategy. Steve will share his experiences with the RIM platform and where he thinks things are headed for the future. Appshare: We had a very successful Appshare session at the last Meetup and actually used it as an opportunity to Alpha test for the upcoming Disruptathon in October. We featured nine presenters who each had five minutes to sell their innovations.

  • Mobile DevCamp and Appshare

    19-20 Aug 2009 in McLean, United States

    Following July's successful iPhone DevCamp, the August session will expand on iPhone and feature an Android Dev lesson from game developer Gyuri Grell. At this Meetup we'll also be conducting our first Appshare session which will give developers five minutes for a live app demo projected from their iPhone onto the overhead via Daniel Odio's (PointAbout) most excellent iPhone projector. I hope you are able to check it out. Appshare rules: Developers only, must be your app See you soon. Peteps.

  • Special Event - Indie Movie Premier + Mobile Distribution Discussion

    Fri, 7 Aug 2009, 21:30 - 23:30 in McLean, United States

    Hey All, We have a very unique opportunity before us. A full length feature film "Sleeping and Waking" was shot here in DC recently and is planning a national release in October. Executive Producer Jeff Koepel has approached me with a desire to launch the film nationally on the iPhone, Android and Palm platforms and has offered to premier the movie for us followed by an open discussion about disrupting the current model for film distribution (largely controlled by a few large interests).

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