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"JOIN US" AT THE 2012 MWF CONFERENCE TO LEARN HOW TO MAKE YOUR WEBSITE
RESPONSIVE!


Learn more and register at: Http://mwf.ucla.edu/conference

The Mobile Web Framework (MWF) Conference brings together developers,
innovators, researchers, faculty and students who are all working to
mobile enable their web presences! This year, the program includes two
concurrent presentation tracks on a number of topics ranging from
high-level mobile strategy and governance to research pilots and
examples to technical sessions that delve deep into architectural
details. Presenters come from a number of organizations in the MWF
community including UCLA, UCSF, UCSD, UC Berkeley, UCI, Professor
Deborah Estrin's Research Team and possibly UCW.

THEMES:
•        Rapid mobile development with the Mobile Web Framework
•        Mobilizing your web presence with responsive design
•        Teaching and research with a device-agnostic strategy
•        Efforts in crowdsourcing and collaboration

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Web developers, innovators, researchers, and faculty interested in
mobile engagement and learning, and students who want to work in the
mobile web space.

WHY ATTEND?
You want to be on the cutting edge of mobile technologies but don't
want to spend a lot of money with a design firm to do it! Neither do
we! Come learn how the University of California, the University of
Washington and Texas A&M University are collaborating around the
mobile web space!

LOGISTICS
When and where?
September 5th - 7th, 2012
The DeNeve Conference Center
University of California, Los Angeles

PRICE
•        UCLA Faculty, Staff & Students: $230
•        Early Bird Non-Profit: $230 (through 7/31)
•        Regular Non-Profit: $330
•        For Profit: $450
•        Remote: $145

Please send this email along to anyone you think might be interested

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