Yahoo’s Mobile Developer Conference Returns to San Francisco on February 18th
SUNNYVALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Yahoo Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) today announced that the Yahoo Mobile Developer Conference is returning to San Francisco on February 18 at the San Francisco Masonic Center. The conference will a feature presentation from Simon Khalaf, SVP of Publisher Product; along with fireside chats and breakout sessions with industry executives that will provide best-in-class insights and learnings for developers to drive user acquisition and monetization.
“Since Flurry’s acquisition, Yahoo has invested heavily into the mobile ecosystem and has helped hundreds of thousands of developers build and improve their apps. Our Mobile Developer Conference and product suite are the cornerstone of this business focus,” said Simon Khalaf, SVP of Publisher Products. “In 2016, we look forward to providing the developer community with even more resources to grow their businesses. We couldn’t be more excited to host our third mobile developer conference in San Francisco.”
For more information, updates on the agenda and speakers, and to request an invitation, developers can check the official event Tumblr here: ymdcsf2016.tumblr.com.
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