As part of our ongoing Google DC Talks series, we invite you to hear from successful app developers about this innovative new sector. How does someone go from creating mobile apps as a hobby to a full-time job? What kinds of apps are most popular with consumers? What's the difference between paying to download an app and making your app free but showing ads? How are app developers making money from their creations? And where is this new growth area going?
Participants are invited to submit questions in advance via Google Moderator at www.googledctalks.com.
Leon Palm, Developer, Google Public Sector Team
Ken Yarmosh, Analyst, Developer, & Author: App Savvy (O'Reilly Press)
David Smith, Developer, AudioBookShelf
Natalia Luckyanova, Developer, Harbor Master
Robert Sarvis, Developer, Wertago
Thursday, January 13, 2011
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
1101 New York Avenue, NW
Entrance on Eye Street
The metro is the best way to travel to our office.
Take the Red line to Metro Center, and walk to our office at the corner of I (Eye) and 12th Street, NW.
There is also a public parking garage beneath our office building that charges hourly fees for parked cars. All other parking is metered on the street and often hard to come by.