Four things you should know about the upcoming Bluetooth World 2017 event

I just wanted to share four things I recently learned about the upcoming Bluetooth World 2017 event (March 28-29, 2017 in Santa Clara, California).

This will be my first time attending the event, but from what I remember, last year the fee to attend was a bit on the high side (close to $1,000). This year, however, things are changing…

After registering for the event, I received an email from the new group organizing the event this year asking if they could arrange a phone to let me know about what’s new about the event this year. After talking with them, I learned a few things about the event that I thought would be worth sharing:

  • The cost to attend all the sessions this year is only $50! pair that with booking a place through Airbnb and using points for booking a flight and you have a very affordable business trip 🙂
  • If you are not interested in attending the Keynote sessions and Developer workshops, then you can register for FREE.
  • The event this year will be more tailored to developers and a focus on more technical sessions (being an engineer myself, I was very excited to learn about this!)
  • If you’re a startup and looking to exhibit at the event, I think the cost is around $2,000 which includes some extras and a couple of passes.

That’s all for now.. If you are planning on attending the event, let me know – I’d love to connect with you in person!

For more info, and to register to attend, click here.

By | 2017-06-16T03:11:18+00:00 January 30th, 2017|Categories: BLE technology, News|Tags: , , |0 Comments

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Mohammad Afaneh
Mohammad has a strong passion for developing Bluetooth Low Energy and IoT applications. He helps developers develop for BLE faster through detailed technical tutorials, articles, and videos. He enjoys playing sports, spending time with his wife and kids, and reading non-fiction books. Connect with him on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/mafaneh.

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