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Building Cloud-based Cross-Platform NATIVE Mobile Apps

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6:30-9:00pm

Food and Networking (sponsored by Appcelerator) Building Cloud-based Cross-Platform Mobile Native Apps Group Announcements Building Cloud-based Cross-Platform NATIVE Mobile Apps

With the explosive growth in mobility, many enterprises are looking to connect their cloud services to their customers’ and employees’ mobile devices. This requires solving the fragmentation that exists in several areas – multiple user experiences on various devices, integrating public and private clouds, and various skill sets required for various mobile platforms. In this session, Appcelerator will discuss how developers can solve the fragmentation problem by utilizing an integrated mobile architecture to deliver cloud-connected mobile apps.

Speaker: Tony Guntharp, Director of Developer Relations, Appcelerator

Tony Guntharp is the Director of Developer Relations at Appcelerator. A long-time entrepreneur and technologist, Tony was one of the co-founders of SourceForge.net, the leading resource for open source software development and distribution. He has also helped build developer communities for Fonality, Real Networks, Phillips Consumer Electronics and Sharp Electronics.

Tony authored "Practical Linux" published by QUE June 2000, and is frequently tapped as a guest speaker and panelist at industry events such as LinuxWorld (San Jose), LinuxWorld (San Francisco), LinuxWorld (NYC), The Bazaar (NYC), LinuxTag (Stuggart, Germany), UK Linux Developers Conference (London, England), Campus Party (Valencia, Spain) and many others. Tony served with distinction in the U.S. Army. Follow Tony on Twitter @fusion94

Topic: The Mobile Enterprise in 2011 (vs. 2010) and how it is changing

Speaker: Joel Bailon (Box.net)

- App Demo - Vertical/Use case-centric needs - Productivity Apps -> Pro-sumer Productivity Apps -> Solution-centric Apps - The shift in focus = UX - What this means for developers, i.e. the market opportunity