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Kelly Stewart
kstewart@techweb.com or call +1 (415) 947-6236

Media Sponsor Opportunities

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+1 (949) 223-3628
mbalthazor@techweb.com

Speaker / Program Ideas

Have a suggestion for a speaker or topic at Web 2.0 Expo Europe? Send an email to: eu-idea@web2expo.com

Press/Media Inquiries

Maureen Jennings
+1 (707) 827-7083
maureen@oreilly.com

or

Natalia Wodecki
+1 (415) 947-6762
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Contact Us

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Brian Fling

Brian Fling
President, Fling Media

Website

Brian Fling has been a leader in the field of mobile experience for over five years. He has worked with several Fortune 500 companies to help design and develop their mobile experiences. Brian is a frequent speaker and author on the issues on mobile design, the mobile web and mobile user experience. He authored the dotMobi Mobile Web Developers Guide (dev.mobi), the first free publication to cover mobile web design and development from start to finish. Brian also runs one of the largest online communities focused on mobile design (mobiledesign.org).

Sessions

8:30 Tuesday, 21-10-2008
Development
Location: B5-7 Level: Novice
Brian Fling (Fling Media)
Web 2.0 completely redefined how we make and use web sites. Now with the iPhone and other modern mobile devices, this same revolution is coming to the mobile space, but on a far more massive scale as internet-enabled mobile devices overtake the number of desktop and laptop computers. We call this Mobile 2.0. Read more.