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Subject: Wozniak keynotes Apps World next week – San Francisco

From: kate

Date: January 27, 2014 12:38 PM


Hi group members
Apps World is returning to San Francisco next week and they’ve just announced that Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder will be opening the event with a keynote on the free-to-attend Developer World stage. Paul Irish and Kristian Segerstrale
also join the keynote line for what will be a very exciting 2 days!
There are 5 different key free-to-attend developer workshops happening on the expo floor:
DroidWorld –  
Developer World –  
Gaming World –  
Enterprise World –  
Tech World –  
Don’t forget there’s also 2 big hackathons with big prizes up for grabs for the best, most creative solutions using a range of exciting APIs and SDKs – and a massive free exhibition!
If you haven’t booked your pass yet, don’t miss out on your chance to put your questions to the man himself – register free here

Kate Williams
Senior Marketing Manager

Six Degrees Events
T: +44 (0) 117 973 2353
Skype: kate.williams6752

Apps World N. America 2014
– Moscone Centre West, San Francisco 5-6 February 2014
#SMWF 2014
– The Brewery, London 31 March – 1 April 2014
Enterprise Apps World
– Olympia Central, London 17-18 June 2014
Apps World 2014
– Excel, London 12-13 November 2014


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Subject: Renaissance Last Call

From: Tim Burks

Date: January 27, 2014 10:39 PM

If you’ve been procrastinating, the “svios” discount code expired last
week, but thanks to a friendly request, I’ve extended it until online
registrations close tomorrow at 6pm.

Register for Renaissance at and
use “svios” to save $100 on what is going to be an incredible
experience. Today one of the speakers asked “what is the level of the

My reply:

“From looking at the registrations, I’d say it’s higher than at any
other developer conference I’ve attended, including last year’s
Renaissance. People are traveling from Europe, Asia, and South
America, and we have lots of strong independents and lead developers
at development shops and big companies. There’s also a significant
number of people who frequently speak at other conferences and who are
good candidates to speak at Renaissance in future years.”

Although people are coming from all over the world, I don’t think
Renaissance could happen anywhere else. We’re in a one-of-a-kind place
with a one-of-a-kind community, and we’re about to have a
one-of-a-kind event.


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