Mobile Application Development to be covered at iDate on Jan 31 - Feb 1, 2019 in Florida
New York, NY, USA – WEBWIRE – Monday, January 28, 2019
New York, NY--Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that 2 Handed Coding will present at the 55th international iDate Conference ( https://idateconference.com
) on January 31 to February 1, 2019 at the Hyatt Place in Delray Beach, Florida.
Yair Szarf, Mobile Application Developer with 2 Handed Coding will present the talk “You make apps? I have an idea!” in which he’ll discuss the latest trends and features in mobile applications and where dating applications can gain a competitive advantage.
The online and mobile dating business represents one of the largest segments of web and mobile traffic. At iDate, the online dating industry’s most recognized CEOs and new startup founders discuss future business strategies, marketing, acquisitions and new technology.
ABOUT 2 HANDED CODING
When you use both of your hands your body aligns with what your mind is trying to achieve. Doing it “2 Handed” means that you are completely engaged, focused and committed to what you’re doing. 2 Handed Coding creates Mobile and AR experiences that drive engagement through the roof. 2handedcoding.comABOUT THE DATING INDUSTRY CONFERENCE
For 15 years, C-level executives gather for the January “iDate,” the industry’s largest annual expo and and conference. iDate assembles global dating CEOs to identify new opportunities, develop ideas, gain insight for higher levels of traffic and earn more revenue.
The 10th annual iDate Awards ( https://www.idateawards.com
) ceremony takes place the afternoon of January 31. The awards represent the best in the dating business.
iDate Directory is a supplier’s business directory.
For more information, please visit the website https://date2019.com
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