We extend a BIG THANK YOU to all of our sponsors. The WIP Mobile Jam sessions would not be possible without their support and participation.

Here are the sponsors for our next Jam session in Las Vegas:


Sony Ericsson Developer World is a global support program and web portal totally dedicated to helping professional wireless developers and mobile content creators achieve business success by providing easy-to-find documentation, tools, technical advice and go-to-market support.

Sony Ericsson Developer World guides developers through the development process in four steps – Think it, Make it, Test it, Sell it - thereby ensuring a constant stream of fun, useful and innovative content and applications for the entire Sony Ericsson phone portfolio.

These four steps enable developers to get their creative ideas off the ground using the Java ME Platform, Symbian/UIQ, Adobe Flash Lite, Windows Mobile or Sony Ericsson’s own Themes Creator.

Symbian Foundation http://www.symbianfoundation.org
The Symbian Foundation platform will be available to members under a royalty-free license from this non-profit foundation. The Symbian Foundation will provide, manage and unify the platform for its members. Also, it will commit to moving the platform to open source during the next two years, with the intent to use the Eclipse Public License. This will make the platform code available to all for free, bringing additional innovation to the platform and engaging even a broader community in future developments.

The platform will be free and open to develop on from the start whether you are enthusiast, web designer, professional developer or service provider. To develop on the platform you will not need to be a member of the foundation. The Symbian Foundation’s developer program will provide a single point of access for developer support; providing a wide offering of tools and resources.

ACCESS Developer Network (ADN) The global developer program for ACCESS, ADN provides technical and business development support to mobile developers, handset manufacturers and operators to assist them in achieving their goal of successfully launching mobile applications and services for the ACCESS Linux Platform. http://www.accessdevnet.com/


Blackberry LogoResearch in Motion is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of innovative wireless solutions for the worldwide mobile communications market. RIM’s portfolio of award-winning products, services and embedded technologies include the BlackBerry® wireless platform, the RIM Wireless Handheld™ product line, software development tools, radio-modems and software/hardware licensing agreements. For more information on the BlackBerry Developer Program, visit http://blackberry.com/developers

devCentral AT&T http://developer.att.com/developer/


Experience Windows Mobile up close at Mobile World Congress. Windows Mobile is one of the most popular platforms for developing applications and services for the mobile market due to its easy-to-use tools and familiar development environment with Windows. Come learn about Windows Mobile’s dedicated developer community that connects developers around the world through Web-based technologies such as blogs, wikis, newsgroups, viral videos, and social networking.http://microsoft.com/windowsmobile/

Oracle’s business is information: how to manage it, use it, share it, protect it. For nearly three decades, Oracle (NASDAQ:ORCL), the world’s largest enterprise software company, has provided software and services that enable organizations to get the most accurate and up-to-date information from their business systems. Oracle is #1 in Embedded Database solutions, offering developers the broadest selection of embeddable databases and middleware to fit the their diverse requirements. Today, Oracle has over 275,000 customers, including ninety-eight of the Fortune 100, in more than 145 countries. Oracle’s site for developers is the Oracle Technology Network—the world’s largest community of developers, DBAs, and architects using Oracle products and industry-standard technologies. Millions of members collaborate via OTN every day to share real-world expertise and best practices about how to best build, deploy, manage, and optimize applications. Visit us at http://oracle.com/technology/.


The Telecom Council is dedicated to connecting the region’s critical mass of companies across the entire telecom ecosystem-big and small, fixed and wireless-with each other. With one goal in mind, to provide an arena to Connect, Communicate, and Collaborate, the Council supplies the network, tools, and events, which fuel the industry’s research, ideas, capital, and human expertise. Visit us at http://telecomcouncil.com/.