iPhone and Android Developers Group Hosting Event at D.C. Innovation Hotspot 1410Q

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The Washington iPhone/Android/Smartphone Developers Group is hosting a Developers Roundtable + AppShare event at downtown D.C. entrepreneur hotspot 1410Q.

"1410Q offers the Washington mobile development community a valuable resource for collaboration, learning, making connections and further establishing the region as a global leader for mobile innovation.

The Washington D.C. iPhone/Android/Smartphone Developers group is hosting a Developers Roundtable + AppShare event on Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at new entrepreneur hotspot 1410Q.

The event, which begins at 6 p.m., will feature discussion about the current mobile market as well as AppShare—a chance for developers to exhibit new creations and get feedback from members through a feedback process powered by member company Zerion Software. The first five people to sign up for the AppShare are being given five minutes to present.

The Meetup is being held at 1410Q (http://www.1410Q.com), a new innovation hotspot founded by mobile app developers PointAbout, Inc. The center, which opened in January, aims to bring together area talent for idea-sharing and creation.

"1410Q offers the Washington mobile development community a valuable resource for collaboration, learning, making connections and further establishing the region as a global leader for mobile innovation,” said Pete Erickson, founder of Disruptathon (http://www.disruptathon.com), a popular innovation event series in D.C.

“This is exactly the type of event we are looking to host at 1410Q. We are excited to have such a vibrant group of developers come out,” said Isaac Mosquera, cofounder of PointAbout.

To register for the March 10 event, visit http://www.meetup.com/The-Washington-iPhone-Android-Developers-Marketers-Meetup/calendar/12694795/.

The Washington iPhone/Android Developers group has hosted 22 events since its founding in January 2009. The group was formed to highlight the Washington D.C. area as an innovation hotspot for mobile computing. The group holds regular Meetups featuring speakers, member-led developer sessions and AppShares.

The Washington iPhone/Android Developers group has more than 360 developers and 100 companies as members. To join, visit http://www.meetup.com/The-Washington-iPhone-Android-Developers-Marketers-Meetup/

About 1410Q:

1410Q is not a networking space. You can go anywhere to network. 1410Q is a safe environment for technology entrepreneurs to explore what they are capable of, surrounded by other tech entrepreneurs. Think of it as a little piece of San Francisco, right in the heart of Washington, D.C.

1410Q is a place where thought leaders stop in, either by invitation or while they are in town on other business, to have an intimate environment in which to discuss and share topics affecting them. It is a place where innovation happens and is shared. For more information, or visit http://www.1410Q.com.

1410Q is made possible by a funding grant from PointAbout, marketing by iStrategyLabs, and sponsorship support from 3 Click Media, Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, Rock Creek Strategic Marketing, PRWeb, AppMakr, dcMOMO and Disruptathon. To support this great cause, contact Avery Fellow at avery.fellow(at)1410Q.com or visit http://go.1410Q.com/sponsors.

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