New Meetup: iPhone Apps, Analytics and Development Platforms @ Apple HQ

From: SV Entrepreneurs O.
Sent on: Monday, January 18, 2010 12:25 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Silicon Valley Mobile Innovation Forum!

What: iPhone Apps, Analytics and Development Platforms @ Apple HQ

When: Thursday, January 21,[masked]:30 PM

Where:
Apple HQ
Apple, 4 Infinite Loop, Garage I & II Conference Rooms
Cupertino, CA 95014

This event is host by Silicon Valley iPhone Business Meetup & IMUG.

App Celerator will bring t-shirt also pays the admission fee for everybody; also bring a cool iPhone HeadSet.
Few more iPhone sketch books from Apress.
Tech CU will bring food.

Agenda

6:30PM Food and networking
7PM Introduction
7:10PMS peakers and presenters (2-3 slots)

Speaker 1: Scott Schwarzhoff, Appcelerator?s VP of Marketing, ?Develop Native iPhone Apps Globally Using JavaScript?
Last year we introduced Titanium to you ? enabling you to use your web skills to create native iPhone apps using Appcelerator?s platform. This year we?ve announced some enhancements:
- 100% code conversion from JavaScript to Objective-C
- More local: native maps, compass
- More social: Facebook authentication, contacts, video recording, push notification
- More interactive: Table improvements, coverflow, group view enhancements

Speaker 2: Colin Morris, Product Evangelists, Flurry,
Flurry offers cutting-edge analytics, deployment and monetization tools for mobile application developers. Its services platform is offered free to application developers. Flurry is venture-backed and is based in San Francisco.

Lightning Demos

Each of these developers will give us 5-8-minute "lightning demos" of what their iPhone apps can do! These apps are all available for download from the iTunes Store.

Daniel Pifko, Greatest Road Software
Greatest Road is an iPhone application for motorcyclists. It connects bikers to help them find the best roads to ride. The SF-based founders are tech leaders, mobile industry execs, and avid motorcyclists, bicyclists, and hang glider pilots.

Joe Peterson, Geek Logik
Garth Sundem's book, Geek Logik, is now an iPhone App. Geek Logik breaks everyday decisions down into equations. Should I call in sick? Should I get a tatoo? Should we get married? Yes, "there's an app for that".

James Testa, Arende, Inc.
iHomeopath offers homeopathic remedies indexed by symptom, illness and place on the body. A handy first-aid manual based on The People's Repertory, a book by Dr. Luc de Schepper.

Sarat Chandran, MoApps, Inc.
The LocalFlyers iPhone app lets you search for deals in your local stores from the comfort of your iPhone. With interactive local newspaper flyers at your fingertips, you can flip through the pages on your iPhone and bring up detailed product info.

Bo Lin, COO at iPhone Localizer, App: Vanity

Description: This app uses the Golden Ratio to evaluate and score the attractiveness of human faces based on facial structure. Vanity is quite controversy, got many news exposures, had good downloads in the US App Store. It has been localized to Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Spanish. We will have some numbers from the author.

You can also register from http://iphoneiphone.org

Learn more here:
http://meetup.themobileinnovation.net/calendar/12350491/

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