- September 23, 2016
- News and Events
Arlington, VA — Sept. 23, 2016. Mobile Posse, one of the world’s largest mobile publishers, is pleased to announce that two of its executives will deliver a presentation at DevFest DC’s annual conference. Naveen Singhal, SVP and Chief Technology Officer, and Eric Newman, VP of Research & Development, will present a session about Google Tag Manager.
“With the evolution of Google’s Tag Manager, there are new ways to customize and control existing web applications without a full deployment,” says Singhal. “By adding GTM to your site, as well as creating the appropriate tags, many aspects of your experience can be controlled. In this presentation, we’ll look at the fundamentals of GTM, and share examples of using it to instrument, and control aspects of your web applications, and sites.”
Mobile Posse joins a roster of accomplished developers at the city’s largest event for organizations, individuals, and supports of developers. Admission to this event is included for all DevFest DC attendees as part of the group’s commitment to connecting developers with one another as well as organizations that seek their diverse skill sets.
Registration for the conference, along with information about the full catalogue of educational and networking opportunities at DevFest DC, is available at devfestdc.org.
About Mobile Posse
Mobile Posse is revolutionizing consumer engagement on the most valuable real estate on mobile phones – consumer home and lock screens. We’re building on a business-proven and consumer-friendly platform that has delivered more than 60 billion messages to help mobile carriers, smartphone device manufacturers, and advertisers generate new revenue and drive the highest consumer engagement possible. Mobile Posse is headquartered in Arlington, VA. For more information, please visit https://www.mobileposse.com.
Google Developer Group Washington D.C. (GDG-DC) is a developer group that is passionate about discussing, discovering, and distributing Google technologies. GDG-DC welcomes its members from Washington D.C., Northern Virginia, and Maryland. Everything from the Android, App Engine, and Google Chrome platforms, to product APIs like the Maps API, YouTube API and Google Calendar API. Started as National Capital Area Google Tech User Group in April 2010, GDG-DC has grown up to 1000+ members on Meetup and have conducted 25+ events so far. For more information about the Group please visit www.devfestdc.org.