Mobile Lightening Talks - 5 min each

Lightening Talks are a way for the community to show off what they've been building and share their triumphs and frustrations.  Each speaker gets 5 minutes.  When we finish, you'll have time to get face time with the speakers and ask more in depth questions.

Agenda

6:30 - 6:45pm- Arrival

6:45pm - Welcome

6:50 - 7:45 - Lightening Talks

7:45 - 8:30pm - Networking and 1 on 1 QA with speakers

We've got some great speakers, so many volunteered, that I can't fit everyone in this month.  If you didn't get a chance to demo, don't worry we'll get you in next round.  Here is our list of speakers and topics.

 

Raoul Duke

Almost Building A Cross Platform Game with Haxe-NME.

"I'll demo the same project running on Mac OS X, iPad (at least simulator if not actual device), and Android.I will talk about what imho sucked/sucks about Haxe-NME."

 

Brett van Zuiden

Building the Filepicker.io Mobile Library

Solving OAuth once and for allI'll give a walkthrough of the interesting technical challenges we faced when building the mobile library for Filepicker.io, from designing the authentication UX flows to how to package, distribute and promote an iOS library to keeping OAuth private keys secure even when exposing the library source code. I'll also give an overview of the functionality Filepicker.io provides, why it's useful and how to integrate

 

Ben Davey

Rapidly Prototyping an app in MobileNation.

We'll throw a data-driven app together very quickly using the platform and some javascript, and iterate accordingly.

 

Matt Zitzmann

Record and share mobile gameplays using Kamcord

"I'm a co-founder at Kamcord. We're building a SDK for mobile game developers that allow users to record and share a video of their gameplays on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

 

Bruno Tavares

Sencha Video: a consumer demo app for browsing Youtube videos

A tour on this demo app for tablets, that demonstrate some cool CSS3 animations and nice capabilities of Sencha Touch 2.

 

Kenji Kato

Why mobile apps are more than glorified HTML5 web pages.

Many believe that just because it's easy to create an HTML5 web page that they can build a mobile app. But there are distinct differences between a mobile app, and a web page. In a quick rundown I will outline the differences, and why you need to think beyond the page for your mobile app.

 

Anthony Hand

MobileESP: Detect Mobile Web Site Visitors

MobileESP is a free, open source code library so that web site publishers can detect visitors using mobile devices. MobileESP is perfect for sites wishing to offer optimized content for mobile devices in general (modern touchscreen, non-touch, etc.), by platform (Android, iOS, etc.), or by device category (phone, tablet, game console), among other features. MobileESP is fast and written for easy customization. MobileESP was originally written in PHP and JavaScript, and has been ported by the community to many other languages, including Python, Java, ASP.NET, Ruby and VBScript.

 

Aniket Daptari & Parag Bajaria

Why you should use Rendewoo at BAM.

We want to explain our product, our experiences, our challenges and seek some help from like minded people to evaluate our product and seek feedback.

 

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  • Bob

    Actually software DOES have mass! I picked a hard disk at random - The Toshiba MK8052GSX - hard drive - 80 GB - SATA-300 weights 3.5 ounces, according to their official spec. That means that every bit weighs[masked] ounces. Yes, on or off! Assuming I did the math right.

    This may sound like a joke but if you consider application in aviation (Airplanes, Fighter Jets, Drones) or Naval Operations, or Space Operations, when systems are typically doubled up for fault tolerance, then, to pardon the pun, every bit literally counts!

    February 11, 2013

  • Bob C.

    As what people are developing is software, why do we care about making it "lighter?" Software has no inherent mass. ;-)

    February 11, 2013

  • bibiki78

    Very good informative

    February 11, 2013

  • Troy M.

    I published a video for each of the presentations and put them all in a playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7DE948AC38EBACB7

    - Sorry we did not post this sooner.

    October 17, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Very informative and educational.

    July 24, 2012

  • Prince A.

    It was great. Thanks Sid for organizing. Looking forward to the next one.

    July 20, 2012

  • Jae P.

    It was awesome to listen and learn from experienced professionals! Thank you!

    July 20, 2012

  • Bob

    It was great meeting everyone. For those who were interested, here is the link to the Mobile Technologies in Emergency Response meetup: http://www.sventrepreneurs.net/events/71248842/?eventId=71248842&action=detail

    July 20, 2012

  • raj n.

    It was well managed and good content event.
    Thanks Sid!
    raj nataraj

    July 20, 2012

  • Jay

    Interesting projects... great people... well conducted sesssion!

    July 20, 2012

  • Art S

    Excellent talks by 7 mobile developers. Got valuable info on the challenges as well as the successes during development. Lightning Talks were "enlightening" !! - Art

    July 20, 2012

  • Bruno T.

    Here is the link from my Sencha Video demo app http://sencha-video.senchafy.com

    July 19, 2012

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