Attention developers: Orange is looking for great Apps !

by Ellimac » Mon, 07 Dec 2009 13:56:38 GMT


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 Orange is looking forward to talking to you at LeWeb (Paris, 9th and
10th of December) - showing you the new on-device App Shop client, and
hearing all about your apps. If you're in Paris next week, come and
see us.

Can't attend LeWeb? Come and talk to us now on the new Orange App Shop
Developer Community Platform...
 http://appshopcommunity.orangepartner.com 

All the questions you've always want to ask Orange are just a few
clicks away. Join us and also talk to a 100 other developers in the
platform.

See you online !

Camille Bosquet
(Orange Developer Platform Community Manager)

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Attention developers: Orange is looking for great Apps !

by Ellimac » Mon, 07 Dec 2009 14:04:09 GMT


 Orange is looking forward to talking to you at LeWeb (Paris, 9th and
10th of December) - showing you the new on-device App Shop client, and
hearing all about your apps. If you're in Paris next week, come and
see us.

Can't attend LeWeb? Come and talk to us now on the new Orange App Shop
Developer Community Platform...
 http://appshopcommunity.orangepartner.com 

All the questions you've always want to ask Orange are just a few
clicks away. Join us and also talk to a 100 other developers in the
platform.

See you online !

Camille Bosquet
(Orange Developer Platform Community Manager)

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