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Why you shouldn't miss this event?
You asked us at Microsoft to help you find new markets, identify new needs for your apps and to help you reach out to new customers. Well, we're going to do exactly that and what's more we’re going to do it in a way that helps you make the world a better place. We're launching a new program called "Apps For Asia - Redesigning Development". The program will connect up the creative power of ISVs, startups, and software developers like yours with the economic, commercial and social applications needs of governments, NGOs, citizens, and enterprises throughout the region. We're delighted that the Asian Development Bank will be collaborating with us on this program and working with us to capture the applications needs of its 40 developing member countries. We'll kick-off the program on 22 January 2013 at Bangsar South City and we'll add to it by including all participating ISVs, startups and software developers in a national contest for innovative applications that best address the needs of the Asian Development Bank's members' needs. In addition, to help you develop applications that attract the strongest commercial interest from the bank's membership we'll be providing technical training, development tools and 24-hour technical/architectural support.
Date: January 22, 2013
Time: 9.00 am- 5.15 pm
Bangsar South City (The Horizon Phase 2)
Dewan Auditorium, Level 1, Menara PNS Tower 7, Avenue 7, Bangsar South City No.8 Jalan Kerinchi, 59200 Kuala Lumpur
If you're excited by this opportunity then do the following:
Go through the summary of the applications needs that Microsoft, in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank has prepared .
For more details, please Call 03-62055291 (Alice) or Email to email@example.com
The highlight of the "Apps For Asia - Redesigning Development" program will be a software technology showcase at the Annual Meeting of the ADB Board of Governors in Delhi, India on 2-5 May, 2013 (The event is attended by over 6,500 named invitees of the Asia Development Bank's membership). The winner will get an exclusive place in the event to showcase their applications and get access to potential business. The top 3 prizes will include a trip for 1 person to the event. Don’t miss out this chance. For those that don't attend the event in person will still have their applications promoted directly to the governments, enterprises and NGOs within the forty developing countries.
By Dinesh Nair, Developer and Platform Evangelist Lead, Microsoft Malaysia
Overview on Application Needs for Asia
By John Cann, Director International Organizations, Microsoft APAC
By Matthew Khaw, Technology Advisor, Microsoft Malaysia
Lunch & Networking
Connected Devices and Continuous Services with Windows Azure
By Serena Yeoh, Solutions Architect, Macro Kiosk Berhad
Windows Azure Better Together with Windows 8, Phone 8 By Walter Wong, Founder, Gain Secure
Reimagining UX design on Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8
By Chong Yang, Technical Lead, Rhingle
*Agenda subject to change
How to get there?
From the Federal Highway or Jalan Pantai enter the Kg Kerinchi area. Drive pass Vista Angkasa and the Kerinchi Flats. The Sphere building in Bangsar South is a little further up, on your left. Delegates can park at Tower 7 (LG). The Auditorium is in Tower 7, Level 1.
GPS Coordinates: N3 06.636 E101 40.031
First 2 hours is free
Every subsequences hours is RM1
Whole day should not be more than RM10
Board Rapid Bus T632 from Universiti LRT station, and stop at Bangsar South City, Jalan Kerinchi. Delegates will have to look for The Sphere Building and walk towards Tower 7 which is in Horizon 2. The Auditorium is in Tower 7, Level 1.
Bus Route- refer to the route on the right
Kerinchi LRT Station is the nearest LRT Station. There is a 200 m pedestrian bridge/ walkway bridge link Kerinchi LRT station to The Sphere building in Bangsar South. Delegates will then have to take escalator at LG to G floor and turn to the left towards Tower 7. The Auditorium is in Tower 7, Level 1.
Kelana Jaya Line