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Mobile HTML5 - SV

  • Feb 5, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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=== Agenda ===

6PM Networking & Food

6:30 Introduction

6:40 Speakers

Akhilesh Gupta, software engineer, mobile team at LinkedIn

Giacomo Blli, iOS, "Nuts & Bolts of Coin Toss Extreme - a game in HTML5"

Benoit Marchant, Co-founder & Creator at Montage,

“Why Montage?”

Eduardo Pinheiro, co-founder at Muzzley

7:30 Demos


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=== Speaker ===


Akhilesh Gupta is a software engineer in the mobile team at LinkedIn. He has been designing and developing LinkedIn mobile applications on iOS, Android and the Web. He is also building fast, powerful and scalable Node.js server solutions for LinkedIn Mobile. He holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from Stanford University.


Benoit Marchant, Co-founder & Creator, Montage,

“Why Montage?”

Benoit Marchant has been bringing innovative, native-class, user experience to web applications for the past 13 years. As Director of Engineering at Motorola Mobility, he bootstrapped and led the development of Montage, a ground-breaking HTML5 framework to enable designers and developers to craft expressive web experiences for mobile and desktop. Montage was open-sourced in July 2012.
Before that, Benoit spent over 10 years at Apple. As the lead developer of HomePage, a web page builder part of iTools, now iCloud, he re-imagined online photo albums by allowing users to reorder pictures by drag and drop, a feature presented by Steve Jobs at his Macworld New York 2000 Keynote. After helping to the launch of iTunes Store in 2003 and working on iTunes Store's content management application, he lead the team responsible for providing cutting edge interactive JavaScript features for worldwide.
At Apple, Benoit envisioned and created Gianduia, his first JavaScript Framework built to simplify the development of rich internet applications. Gianduia was used in multiple customer-facing applications for Apple Retail. He is the inventor of 3 patents in client side web technologies.

Presentation: Why Montage?

There is a growing demand to build increasingly complex mobile applications with HTML5, in part due to it's cross-platform nature. However delivering these applications is still very challenging. The Montage framework, designed from the ground up for HTML5, provide some key designs that together simplify building complex applications. This talk will focus on two very important aspects of Montage: Components and data bindings.


Daniil Gitelson, Co-founder of Qbaka

“I worked at JetBrains, SAP, Creat Studios, my experience is in language orientated programming and highload network communication. I am founder of Qbaka, JavaScript error monitoring service, where I am responsible for back-end: efficient aggregation and analyzing of error reports and javascript agent module.”

Presentation: Why should I track Javascript errors in production?

Javascript apps become more and more complex so errors in JS code leads to broken UI, customer dissatisfaction and loss. Errors really happen because of code complexity, browsers quirkiness and unexpected user's behavior. This talk will show what can we do with it.


Eduardo Pinheiro, co-founder at Muzzley

In this tech industry for the past 13years, strong software development background focused on joining technology with business. A serial entrepreneur with 2 companies founded in the past.


Muzzley is a cloud based platform that allows devices/appliances to integrate and interact with smartphones. This means that your common day appliances, such as your TV, set top box, computer, etc… can be multi-remote controlled and can interact in different ways with your smartphone. Your smartphone can become your driving wheel for a game, or your microphone to ask a question at a conference, or your pointer or dashboard/monitor. Muzzley provides an array of functionalities for your appliances in an easy to use environment. Third parties can integrate with muzzley through the muzzley sdk's.notes: - We raised $520k in december 2012- We are producing a pilot with a Telco/Internet Tv provider operator- We are launching the beta version for developers at the beginning of february (in the beginning of next week)



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    Akhilesh Gupta, software engineer, mobile team from LinkedIn will be presenting at tonight's event.
    Other presenters:
    Benoit Marchant, Co-founder & Creator, Montage, “Why Montage?”
    Daniil Gitelson, Co-founder of Qbaka, Why should I track Javascript errors in production?
    Eduardo Pinheiro, co-founder at Muzzley
    See you tonight at Linkedin

    February 5, 2013

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    Thanks for Linkedin's sponsorship for this event.

    The Google Chrome at Google+ community for you

    Also, the Mobile HTML5 Google+ community

    February 4, 2013

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    do we have a location ?

    February 4, 2013

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