Network of Women Mobile App Developers to Launch

While I may not currently be in the midst of developing an app, I know that when the times comes, having a network will be critical to my education and execution of a "killer app."
– Gail Billingsley, Executive Director, YMCA at Virginia Tech

I love Gail's reason for attending the first meeting of the Network of Women Mobile Application Developers!

We have almost 25 who have responded to our invitation to attend the meeting on Monday, March 7, 2011 in Blacksburg, Virginia.

Interest and support have been so strong!

Thanks to the support and sponsorship of Coldwell Banker, Townside REALTORS, First Bank & Trust CompanyHutchison Law Group, and Handshake Media, attendees will be treated to a complimentary reception on March 7.

The first group of 12 to receive training on March 16 will be treated to a complimentary meal thanks to the support and sponsorship of VT KnowledgeWorks.

And thanks to Ryan Hagan, Shierod Russell and Wesley Ferrell – who are volunteering their time to help - we will have on-site technical support during the training.

And I got this in an email from a software expert yesterday:  "What can I do to help?"

Overwhelming.

We welcome more to our first meeting.

Women in the Blacksburg, Virginia area interested in joining other women to learn about mobile application development are invited to the first meeting of the Network of Women Mobile Application Developers. The meeting will be on Monday, March 7, 2011 beginning at 5:30 PM in Blacksburg, Virginia.  Please email me, Anne Giles Clelland, anne@handshake20.com, for an invitation. 

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Here's the "history" of the Network of Women Mobile Application Developers.  Posts are listed in  chronological order and where they appeared, some with descriptive notes.

Coldwell Banker, Townside REALTORS(R) and First Bank & Trust Company are clients of Handshake Media, Incorporated, the parent company of Handshake 2.0.

Who's in FRONT? Margaret Galecki
Mobile App from Coldwell Banker Townside Realtors in FRONT

Comments

  1. This really does need to be a more diverse field and I hope this helps. Good Luck!

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