Mobile Software: Lessons from a Developer
This tale of common designs, architectures and obstacles (human and otherwise) lurking in the mobile development world will help guide you through the creation of your own apps. With first person stories ranging from network communications and caching to working with artists and developing user interfaces as told by the developer who lived through it all. Mobile app users have elevated expectations on reliability, quality, simplicity and expeditious delivery so come join us for a developer’s tale to prepare you for what awaits on the road ahead.
Frederick Ring has more than 30 years of programming experice that began with writing 6502 machine code for the Atari 2600. He has developed software across a wide spectrum of applications including games, communications and business applications using an equally wide spectrum of technologies. He has developed software for IBM’s Watson Research Center and served as a consultant to many small to medium businesses. He founded Crybox Digital Arts in 2011 to offer exceptional software development services to the world.
Seats are limited, please register here.
For SCQAA Members and Intuit Employees: Free
For Non-members: $10.00 Donation at the door.
Food will be served.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Program Chair- SCQAA- San Fernando Valley Chapter