MacWorld Asia will be held in 2nd-5th, August in Beijing. Today, we are very happy to announce that as the official partner of MacWorld Asia, TechNode will be hosting a half-day Developer Forum in the afternoon of 3rd August at CNCC.
The forum is compose of three sessions: Mobile Games, Design of Apps, Product and Marketing which we believe are the most important keywords for app developers. We are also thrilled to have a couple of great speakers from local big companies such as CEO Kingsoft, Director of Tencent Open Platform, from international companies such as Popcap, Flipboard, EverNote etc, from wel-known local startups such as Chukong Co. Inc., SNSGames, Intsig, Domob and from academy, Hunan University, The Central Academy of Fine Arts etc.
To be a good developer in the mobile industry, you need not only good knowledge of latest technology, but also good sense of product design and marketing strategy.
Please do come if you are free, and it should be fun and worthy of your time!
The detailed agenda below:
13:30-13:50 Keynote by Fu Sheng, CEO of Kingsoft
Sesstion I: Mobile Games
13:50-14:10 Keynote by Gray Mi, Director of Mobile Popcap Asia
14:10-14:50 Panel Discussion:
Gang Lu, TechNode.com (MD)
Jia Yan, VP of Chukong Co. Inc (producer of very popular iOS game, FishinJoy)
DIAO Jinchong, VP of Yinpei Games (Unreal Engine)
XU Lei, CEO of SNSGames (publisher of Zombie Farm)
14:50-15:10 Keynote by Shi Jing, Manager of Tencent Open Platform
Session II: Design of Apps
15:10-15:30 Keynote by VP of Product, Flipboard
15:30-16:10 Panel Discussion:
Zhuohao Wu, Director of UE, Innovation Works (MD)
Prof. Fei Jun, Interactive Design, The Central Academy of Fine Arts
Prof. Ji Tie, Vice Dean of Design Institute, Hunan University
Zhang Wei, Co-founder & Chief Innovation Director, EICO
Session III: Product and Marketing
16:10-16:30 Keynote by Eric Chen, Marketing Director of EverNote
16:30-17:10 Panel Discussion:
Linda Jiang, VP of UMeng (MD)
Samuel Chen, Account Manager of IntSig
Xinhua Liu, CMO of Kingsoft
He Zhang, CEO of Domob
Seng Li, VP of Dolphin Browser