Sprint, one of our partners for this week’s Mobile Incubation Week in Washington, D.C., is offering free passes to the Sprint Developers’ Conference October 26-28 in Santa Clara, CA.  This offer is for a limited time only and is available exclusively for readers of this blog and Twitter feed.  To take advantage of this offer, please email Anne-Louise Kardas at Anne-Louise.Kardas@sprint.com with “Mobile Incubation Week Free Pass Offer” in the subject line.

Sprint will be supporting Mobile Incubation Week this Wednesday with a presentation to participants on how to partner effectively with mobile operators.  Jackie Luo, Director of Strategy and Planning, will also be on Friday’s judging panel.

Sprint’s Application Developer Conference

Sprint is holding its ninth annual Application Developer Conference Oct. 26 – 28, 2009 in Santa Clara, CA. This year marks the first time the conference will be open to the entire developer community.  Registration is open here. The conference will focus on educating the developer community on current Sprint capabilities across devices, networks and platforms, as well as provide compelling and useful tools that can immediately be used to develop applications, content, machine-to-machine devices and unified communication solutions relevant to the market.

Conference goers will learn best practices for all supported Sprint mobile device software platforms including Android, Java, Palm Web OS, RIM Blackberry, Windows Mobile and more.  There will be discussions and demonstrations of the network capabilities including location based services, messaging, streaming multi-media, Sprint 4G and Sprint Developer Sandbox.  In addition, developers can learn how to work with Sprint’s partners to take your applications to market.

Sprint 4G will be live during the event.  Developers will be able to experience turbo-charged data speeds of 4G and learn about creating the next generation of wireless applications. Steve Elfman, president of network operations and wholesale for Sprint, will be providing the keynote address.

Here are some of the reasons why you’d want to attend:

1. See the Power of 4G

– A live 4G network running in the conference

– See extensive demos in the 4G demo room

2: Get help to develop your application

– Hands on coding labs and best practice sessions for application developers: Windows Mobile, Android, WebOS, Blackberry, Java…

3: Learn about ways to work with Sprint to get your application in front of customers

– Sessions from many of Sprint’s mobile content application storefront providers

– Sessions from Boost and Virgin Mobile

4: Get Your M2M and Embedded Solution on the Sprint Network

– Learn how to get M2M/embedded solutions certified and provisioned on the Sprint Network

– Overview of existing certified solutions in the M2M demo room

5: Leverage Sprint’s Network and IT Service Capabilities

– Topics include Sprint IT Services, LBS, Messaging, Multi-Media and the Developer Sandbox

The full agenda is posted here.

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