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VIDEOS & PODCASTS

    

Android & Enterprise Mobility

This session introduces Enterprise Mobility, and all that needs to be done to mobilize the enterprise infrastructure. Also learn the Android OS in a nutshell and its enterprise ready features that can be used to build upon or utilize in enterprise apps. Learn the Dos and Don'ts of enterprise app development for mobiles including the best practices. In this session recorded at Mobile Developer Summit 2011, Avinash Birnale about how you can write apps for Android and other mobile platforms to provide a truly integrated and unique user experience to enterprise users.

Avinash has more than a decade of experience working on various mobile technologies. Avinash, AB as everyone knows him, has worked on almost every mobile operating system in existence today. He first laid his hands on black and white Palm PDAs when connectivity was rare! He has successfully developed applications for many fortune 500 customers. At the time of speaking at MDS 2011, Avinash was Vice President Technology in India and Head of Mobility in USA, at Endeavour Technologies.

About Mobile Developer Summit


Mobile Developer Summit is the industry's first of-its-kind premier event that brings together thought leaders and experts from different aspects of the mobile ecosystem to share their passion, experience, grit and learning to mobile/web application developers and technologists, allowing for creative solutions to be generated, insider information to be found and personal contacts to be made, all essential ingredients to innovation and business. With over a 2000 serious and qualified attendees, the best of independent voices and industry expert speakers, the MDS agenda is unparalleled. The 2012 edition will find immediate resonance with mobile developers, software developers, mobile application developers, startups/entreprenuers, investors, mobile carriers, device manufacturers, mobile UI designers, web application developers, game developers, alpha males, digivores, geeks and anyone with an interest in building applications for the various mobile platforms. You will learn new strategies and technologies ushering in even greater and exciting times for developers in 2012 and beyond, meet with the industry players and learn more about their offerings, provide them 1-1 feedback and build solid partnerships. For more detail, please visit the summit home: www.mobiledevelopersummit.com

Windows Phone 7.5 - Hello

Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) is a different kind of phone, architected to put the focus on end users and the people important to them. Developers on the Windows Phone platform can build compelling, connected experiences that enhance the phone and integrate tightly with the end-user experience. In this session we will provide an overview of Windows Phone device and platform and discuss why you should make Windows Phone the platform of choice for your apps.

iOS Computer Vision and Vision-based Augmented Reality

With the new camera, compass, and processor power of the iPhone 3GS, it's possible to integrate the iPhone with even more of your users' everyday life using Augmented Reality. Join Jonathan Saggau as he walks you through a demo application for finding your hotel in a strange city. Learn how to use the orientation and magnetometer APIs to place virtual tags on objects in the real world. Depending on weather, we might even head outside to chase down that hotel!

Mobile Web Rising

The popularity of smartphone devices and platforms like the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry has triggered an explosion of proprietary and mutually incompatible software platforms. Web applications, thanks to HTML5 and the WebKit engine, are slowly gaining traction as a true cross-platform environment, suitable to reduce development, deployment and quality management costs. The aim of this talk is to provide an overview of the current state of mobile web development, including an exhaustive survey of the most important standard technologies available today to create compelling, immersive user experiences on mobile devices. The talk is suited to desktop, web and mobile developers looking to expand the reach of their applications.

Smartphone for Everyone

The cell phone has evolved a long way from being a bearer of voice to being a sophisticated platform to deliver magical applications to the user. This new definition of the phone requires a new thought in how we craft and how we interplay with thousands of applications that ride on it. Powerful engineering, Simplicity of use and Ease of deployment, are the key drivers to make smartphones ubiquitous. Smartphones need to address that application which each user can relate and benefit in his or her own way. This keynote will delve on an approach to attend to this need.

Ten Commandments for iPhone Development

Learn 10 do's and dont's about iPhone software development, taken directly from Adrian's own experience, which will help you identify and solve potential problems in your own projects.

Adrian has been writing software for the past 20 years. He started working professionally in 1996, riding the first and second waves of the web, right from the inside. He has shipped web applications using various technologies, as well as desktop systems for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux. Adrian started writing Cocoa applications for the Mac in 2002, and has been writing iPhone apps since he returned from WWDC 2008. Adrian is the founder of akosma software specialized in all things iPhone.

About Mobile Developer Summit


Mobile Developer Summit is the industry's first of-its-kind premier event that brings together thought leaders and experts from different aspects of the mobile ecosystem to share their passion, experience, grit and learning to mobile/web application developers and technologists, allowing for creative solutions to be generated, insider information to be found and personal contacts to be made, all essential ingredients to innovation and business. With over a 2000 serious and qualified attendees, the best of independent voices and industry expert speakers, the MDS agenda is unparalleled. The 2012 edition will find immediate resonance with mobile developers, software developers, mobile application developers, startups/entreprenuers, investors, mobile carriers, device manufacturers, mobile UI designers, web application developers, game developers, alpha males, digivores, geeks and anyone with an interest in building applications for the various mobile platforms. You will learn new strategies and technologies ushering in even greater and exciting times for developers in 2012 and beyond, meet with the industry players and learn more about their offerings, provide them 1-1 feedback and build solid partnerships. For more detail, please visit the summit home: www.mobiledevelopersummit.com

Building a Complete Windows Phone App in 45 Mins - "The Ferrari Way"

In this session we will walk you through all the steps required in building an app for Windows Phone in an Hour – and relate the secrets of the masters for maximizing your impact. Leverage the graphics, audio and input capabilities of the phone, get up to speed about the new features for gams and app developers in Mango. Also, learn how to leverage the power of the browser top deliver compelling interactive experiences, both inside and outside the context of a traditional application.

Gaelyk: Lightweight Groovy on the Google App Engine

You love Groovy and you're a believer in cloud computing. For a larger project you might choose Grails and hosting on Amazon EC2, but what if you want to take advantage of the nearly massless deployments of a cloud provider like the Google App Engine? You could make Grails work, but it's not always the best fit. Enter Gaelyk. Gaelyk is a lightweight Groovy web application framework built specifically for the Google App Engine. In this session, we'll talk through the simple abstractions it offers, then show how easy it is to code and deploy a useful application to the cloud. Tim Berglund

Building RESTful Applications with the Open Data Protocol

Applications today are expected to expose their data and consume data-centric services via REST. In this session we discuss what REST is and have an overview of WCF Data Services and see how we can REST enable your data using the Open Data Protocol (OData). Then you will learn how to leverage existing skills related to Visual Studio, LINQ and data access to customize the behavior, control-flow, security model and experience of your data service. We will then see how to enable data-binding to traditional ASP.NET controls as well as Silverlight and Excel PowerPivot. This is a very demo intensive session.

jQuery at Work: A Beginner's Guide

You've seen lots of articles and web sites about jQuery, and it looks promising. You'd like to try jQuery on your next web project, but you have questions: Where do I start? Where does jQuery fit in my web application? How will jQuery improve my web application? Where does jQuery fit architecturally? What about AJAX? This presentation provides an overview of jQuery and covers: jQuery / JavaScript Basics jQuery Intro Unobtrusive JavaScript Just Enough CSS - Selectors Selecting and Manipulating Elements Event Handlers Using AJAX XML JSON Adding sizzle with jQuery UI Sliders Progress Bars Date Pickers Useful jQuery plug-ins Tooltips jGrowl Sortable tables We'll walk through practical examples using jQuery, core JavaScript, and CSS. Attendees will learn how to leverage jQuery to reduce the amount of code in their web applications, and develop Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). Speaker- Tom Marrs

JavaScript Improvements in IE9

Modern day websites use thousands of lines of JavaScript to deliver functionality similar to traditional desktop applications. Internet Explorer 9 introduces a new JavaScript engine, codenamed Chakra, which fundamentally changes the performance characteristics of JavaScript inside Internet Explorer 9. We'll dive into what's new in Chakra, including the new compiler that compiles JavaScript source code into high-quality native machine code, a new interpreter for executing script on traditional web pages, and improvements to the JavaScript runtime and libraries like ECMAScript 5 support. Speaker - Rajashekaran Vengalli

    
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