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Last month, we gave on dev a free ticket to Apps World North America, which took place on November 1-2 in New York City. Apps World Europe is coming up at the end of the month -- November 29-30, to be exact -- and now we're looking to hook up one lucky EU dev with a way in to conference.

Like previous giveaways, this is for the ticket only. You are responsible for your own transportation, lodging, and any other associated expenses. The ticket is non-transferable, so please, don't enter if you can't go.

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About Apps World

Apps World is a series of conferences across the globe all about app developers. It's a place where devs can learn, network, and collaborate with like-minded folks on new or existing projects. It's not just for the dev, though -- Apps World also welcomes manufacturers, carriers, IT professionals, and appstores. The ticket for this particular conference is for the even in Olympia, London only.

Apps World isn't just about mobile development, either. There are also workshops that focus on TV and web development, as well as marketing. You can expect to get insight from some of the industry's leaders, including speakers from HTC, Verizon, , AT&T, Yahoo!, Google, and NBC, just to name a few. The conference features over 100 exhibitors and more than 150 speakers, so regardless of how long you've been in the game, you're sure to learn something new.

Tickets

Tickets to the even range anywhere from £395 to £595, depending on how many days you plan on attending. There is also a free option that gets you in the door -- but that's about it.

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As part of the deal that we worked out with the Apps World folks, we were also able to score a 15% discount for everyone who orders tickets. Simply use the coupon code ANDROID15 when you checkout.

Giveaway

We're giving away one ticket to the event, which will include both days and all workshops.

Remember, this giveaway is for the ticket only! Travel, lodging, and other expenses are not covered.

How to Win

This contest is now over. Here is our winner:

Congratulations, you will be contacted for your information in the near future!

Everyone else - keep participating and stay tuned to Android Police so that you don't miss our upcoming giveaway announcements. You can follow AP on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and RSS.

Entering is a piece of cake: drop a line in the comments telling us why we should choose you. Easy peasy.

This giveaway will end in one week, on November 10, at 11:59 PT. After that, we'll sort through the entries and select the winner.

For more information on Apps World Europe, head right here. Go here for info on the entire Apps World Series.

Good luck!

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • http://www.twitter.com/teamROU Phil Oakley

    Working on developing and marketing teamROU's app, ROU Launcher, for release in December 2011. I also need to go to develop more ROU apps that are coming in 2012.

    http://www.androidpolice.com/2011/10/10/coming-soon-rou-launcher-looks-to-bring-a-whole-new-experience-to-android/

  • http://www.martynhaigh.com Martyn

    I def think I should go because I'm a sole developer and I've recently started my own company called Hungry Robot Ltd and I need to go pimp myself out.

  • https://market.android.com/details?id=net.mdtec.sportmate Phil

    already signed up for the free dev ticket, but really need to go to the full event.

  • Jeremy

    I have always longed to create android app and give something fantastic back to this loving community, this trip might just be what I need

  • werner

    me me me me me me me me me me me me me me me me me me me me please

  • http://www.flexlabs.org Artiom Chilaru

    I'm a sole developer of the Dual Battery Widget for the Asus Transformer, and I managed to get over 100k installs in the last couple of months.

    I'm planning to create more (both free and not) apps for Android, but I need more experience and help. The workshops and the coverage during the expo will help me GREATLY!

  • http://www.rageconsulting.com/lightflow Andrew

    I may have already written a successful android app.....but that doesn't mean I know what I'm doing. So far I just make it up as I go along! Getting a ticket may turn that around!

  • http://www.poureva.be/ David Glaude

    I am from Belgium a country without government since more than 500 days. I frequently do one day travel to Olympia for trade show related to my job. Last time I used this opportunity to get a Nexus S. Going there could help me make a link between job and personal interest in android world of app.

  • WastedPotential

    I developed apps on Windows Mobile 6.x, one of which was almost complete and had the interest of a large consulting firm until the stillborn Windows Phone 7 was announced and that company decided iPhone's were going to be the next company phone.

    My first Android app, AppGrouper, which is highly useful [It's my most used app on my phone; a simple program launcher which takes up one icon on your homescreen and is completely configurable to quickly launch and organise your most used apps] and was downloaded at least 4000 times on XDA, netted me a whole 50 euro's on the app market.

    I'm now almost done with a new android game; a rare thing, almost completely original and not derivative of existing gametypes (not tower defense, not angry birds). It's very addictive according to the people I've shown it to and fun to play (hell, I play it during bus journeys, and I'm still developing it!).

    In the meantime, I'm broke. I work in the catering industry for peanuts after not having the cash to finish a degree in applied physics (and not for lack of smarts; I passed my exams for Electromagnetism II , Quantum Physics II and Systems and Signals).

    I could use the potential connections and the marketing knowledge.

    I could use a break.

  • Frrantisek Ciompa

    It would be very nice meet interesting people.

  • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

    The winner has been posted!

  • http://www.twitter.com/teamROU Phil Oakley

    Ah thanks Android Police! Can't wait to go!

  • alexvanderlinden

    Because I want to investigate if it is wise to port my Android apps to the Google TV platform. And how to do this the best way.

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