For the second year in a row, Develapps takes part into The Mobile Academy, an unmissable event for companies and professionals whose businesses turn around mobile technology and design.
The Mobile Academy is, quoting from its web, “a practical, 36-hour evening programme for anyone keen to start or continue their journey in mobile innovation” hosted by “ Mobile Monday London, the UK’s leading community for people involved in mobile, teamed up with University College London (UCL Advances).”
The 2013 Edition started April 23rd and will be going on until June 27th. Those who attend at least an 80% of it will be awarded with A Certificate of Continuing Professional Development.
Both if you are a company working actively on a project, as Develapps, or a startup wishing and willing to develop your idea and meet maybe your team, this is your place.
This 36 hour Master Class will enrich those settled companies by updating their business ideas and allowing them to interact with other professionals leading, hopefully, into collaborations. Also start-ups will take advantage of this excellent opportunity The Mobile Academy offers by learning, from successful professionals, how to develop their idea into a real and viable project. And this year, in addition, they could also win 40 hours in app development offered by Develapps.
This year Develapps is not only another pupil at the The Mobile Academy but also a sponsor.
One project will be chosen during the Show and Tell sessions of the last two days among all the start-ups taking part in this Master Class. This project wins 40 working hours in the development of its app.
The winning project will fulfil these requirements:
- It is a viable product.
- It is possible to develop a functional app in 40 hours.
- It has evolved from the beginning of The Mobile Academy.
- It is made up of a great team, already existing or built during this edition.
Until this day arrives and the winner is chosen, participants at The Mobile Academy will enjoy sessions about HTML5 and Mobile Web (recently posted in our blog), Design Principles, Android, etc. You can check the programme here.