2 Free Passes to the FITC Mobile Conference in Toronto, Canada


FITC Mobile brings together the leaders in mobile design and development for a two-day conference, September 13 - 14, 2009, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada. Aimed at developers and programmers of mobile content, the conference will cover the technical side of development and includes sessions on marketing and finance.

The promoters were nice enough to donate two tickets to our community! If you live in the Toronto area, and would like to attend, just leave a comment and let us know! The winners will be chosen on Thursday, July 30th at 12:00 CT.

Update: Winners Announced

Hey everyone. Comments/entries have now been disabled. With a quick PHP rand() function, I've selected two winners who will each receive one ticket to attend! Without further ado, the winners are....


Congrats to you two! Please email me at with your full names and email addresses to receive your tickets.

What's It All About?

FITC Mobile includes two full days of presentations, plus an optional pre-conference workshop on Saturday, September 12, 2009. Sessions will cover a variety of topics related to platforms (Android, Flash Lite, OpenGL, Windows CE), applications (SMS, QR codes, video) and devices (BlackBerry, Palm, iPhone). Confirmed speakers include:

When Is It?

FITC Mobile is part of Mobile Innovation Week, scheduled for September 13 - 16, 2009 in Toronto, Canada. Details to follow. For the most recent FITC news, follow us on Twitter at or visit

FITC Mobile - Tickets Information:
FITC Mobile: A Mobile Development Conference is open to beginner, intermediate and advanced programmers and developers of mobile content. Ticket prices range from $69 (CdN) for an Early Bird Student Conference Pass to $399 for a Regular Conference + Workshop Pass. Discounted early bird prices are in effect until July 17, 2009 after which time the price goes up. Go to to purchase tickets.

FITC Mobile - Dates, Times and Location:
Sunday, September 13 – Monday, September 14, 2008, 9:00 AM – 5 PM
Metro Toronto Convention Center, 255 Front Street West, Toronto, Canada

FITC is an international events management company serving the design and technology community. The company’s flagship event, FITC Toronto, is one of the largest and most important annual events of its kind, attracting over 1,000 of the world’s top Interactive and new media talent. FITC has presented events in Amsterdam, Chicago, Hollywood, New York City, Winnipeg and Seoul, South Korea. The company has also produced the “Colin Moock ActionScript Tour” with Adobe, which toured to 12 cities, and special sessions for the Adobe MAX conferences in San Francisco and Tokyo. For more information, go to

So if you live in the Toronto area, just leave a comment stating, "I WANT THE TICKETS!" The winners will be chosen on Thursday, July 30th at 12:00 CT.

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