We’re Live Blogging from Washington DC: The App Economy: How mobile developers attract users, win fans and make money

Calling all Caribbean Developers, Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurs, Join Suzette Gardner, SiliconCaribe’s Washington DC-based contributor on Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM EST for live blogging from Google’s Washington DC Office as technologists gather to discuss, The App Economy: How mobile developers attract users, win fans and make money”. We’ll share insights 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?

Panel: 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.

Live Blogging right here on SiliconCaribe.com. Join us then!