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Mobile Developer's Guide to the Parallel Universe

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Mobile Developer's Guide to the Parallel Universe

Publisher: Wireless Industry Partnership
Number of pages: 138

Description:
In order to be successful, developers also need to be fluent in the language of marketing. This guide aims to simplify the process and steps of marketing; and provide a few tips and tricks. It is a Companion Guide to the ever popular Mobile Developers Guide to the Galaxy.

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