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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Where do geeks go to find out what’s new in the fast-paced world of interactive

Where do geeks go to find out what’s new in the fast-paced world of interactive before the rest of us? For hundreds of leading interactive and software developers, the answer is the Minnesota Developers Conference on Sept. 29 in Bloomington – the largest gathering of its type in the Midwest.

Created and hosted by Minneapolis-based interactive development shop, Fusion Room and its parent company ILM, the event showcases the latest in mobile apps, software technology and all things Web 4.0 with developers from some the hottest boutique advertising and digital agencies to software giant Microsoft.

Wed., Sept. 29th
7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Sheraton Bloomington Hotel
7800 Normandale Blvd.

“The conference is designed to highlight the latest advancements developers will use to create the next iPhone app everyone will be talking about, or build an internationally-renowned consumer brand Web site,” said Farhan Muhammad, founder of the event and ILM/Fusion Room’s president and chief architect. “I feel the event is delivering what the industry demands as the conference has practically doubled from the first year to an expected 400 this year.”

See the full agenda and speakers here.