It’s amazing! There are now over one million apps on Google Play. In the constantly changing app world, we can only imagine how this amazing growth will continue as new tools, new integrations, and new hardware come faster and faster. It’s both exciting to see and challenging to keep up with! New trends in mobile app development like augmented reality and the Internet of Everything keep evolving. Knowing how to use these advances and integrate them into your mobile applications is a tall task.
The Qualcomm developer community has an advantage. Access to resources and online materials can make tackling these tough problems easier. And better yet, the 2014 Qualcomm® Uplinq™ Conference in San Francisco is designed to give you powerful learning opportunities about how to integrate cutting-edge technologies into your app development.
The Code Lab sessions at Uplinq 2014 are designed to provide hands-on training from our engineering experts. So, instead of figuring out solutions on your own, you’ll be getting real answers from engineers in real time. How do you create apps that run efficiently and don’t drain battery power? What are the tools can you use to create connected experiences with the Internet of Everything? How can you take full advantage of the Vuforia™ augmented reality SDK to create amazing user experiences? What are some exciting new ways to tap into the power of modern day mobile devices and create apps optimized for multimedia, audio, display, and camera? We’ve got you covered.
Plus, Uplinq 2014 is your chance to link up with industry peers and network with the experts. You’ll bring invaluable knowledge back to your development projects, and enjoy a few days in San Francisco with colleagues that are as dedicated and diehard as you are.
We’ve built an exciting agenda that directly ties into all the resources available on Qualcomm Developer Network and lets you tailor your experience to your areas of interest. You won’t want to miss it, so register now and I’ll see you in San Francisco next month. Also don't forget that Qualcomm registered developers receive 50% off of conference registration