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New Meetup: Android Apps: Tips and Tricks

From: user 8.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 8, 2009 6:05 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for San Diego iPhone/Blackberry/Android Mobile Developers!

What: Android Apps: Tips and Tricks

When: September 17,[masked]:30 PM

Sheppard Mullin
12275 El Camino Real, Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92130

I'm giving a talk at SDSIC again; similar to the talk in Feb, but this time it relates to Android :

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DATE: Thursday, September 17, 2009
PLACE: Sheppard Mullin
12275 El Camino Real, Suite 200
San Diego CA 92130
TIME: 5:30 pm ? 6:00 pm ? Networking and Registration
6:00 pm ? 7:30 pm ? Program

Android Apps: Tips and Tricks to Building Enterprise apps on Android

What are the elements to building a successful app on the Android

The talk will describe multiple paths to both building an Android app
And describe pros and cons of each approach. We will use our own app as
a case study of both what to do, and what not to do, with the hope that our
experience with the Android will save time and energy of others who
are considering building their own application, whether it be for the
consumer market, enterprise, or internal use.

Topics covered:
* Applying Web 2.0 technologies to mobile development
* What can / cannot be done with the Android API
* Choosing a price point for your app
* Getting your app to go viral

Presenter: Alex Shah
Alex Shah has spent the last 2 years on, a facial
Image search technology for social networks which allows visitors to find
People using photo search. Facedouble's apps include Celebrity Look alike
And FaceTwins. Prior to Facedouble, he was co-founder and VP of R&D of
Blue Titan, where he led the development of Network Director, a tool for
Managing large Web Service deployments at companies such as Yahoo Overture,
Pfizer, Sony, Accredited Home Lenders.

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