For companies, especially those in a regulated industry, a great idea for a mobile app is just the first piece in a puzzle where everything must fit together to make that idea a reality. From solid creative and user experience to technical implementation and stakeholder reviews, it takes a solid vision, thoughtful plan, commitment and teamwork to create an app that consumers want to use.
With the forecast of 40% unfilled IT jobs by 2018, this is not just a social good issue, but an economic one. But it is not easy to find women and minorities since they are not participating in the tech economy in large numbers. Join us for this panel, moderated by Navarrow Wright, CTO of Interactive One, as he brings leaders programs which are making headway to solve this issue.
From the abstract: “In today’s production environments, tremendous amounts of work can be performed on servers running the JVM with dozens of cores, yet in just a few years we could have machines that have thousands of cores. Parallelizing work in such a “manycore” environment is a hot topic, as is managing concurrency with so … Read More
Slides from the Future of the JVM panel discussion at ETE 2013. Also see our screencast of this event.
- Jamie Allen
- Cliff Click
- Charlie Hunt
- Doug Lea
- Michael Pilquist
Today’s ETE 2010 session is a panel discussion I chaired on mobile application development. Panelists were: Adum Blum – @AdamBlum – RhoMobile, a re-targetable mobile application development platform Joe Conway – Big Nerd Ranch (Apple mobile developer, trainer, mentor, co-author of iPhone Programming) Andrew Oswald – Chariot Solutions, developer of the ETE Android application representing … Read More
A recap of the events of the last two days of SpringOne, with Brent Baxter and Dmitry Sklyut. Show notes will be available soon. Chariot Solutions is a SpringSource partner.
On today’s show, we feature the Manning author’s Q&A forum. Marjan Bace is the co-founder of Manning Publications, which publishes books on a wide variety of technical topics. Last year at ETE, Marjan assembled the web framework shootout (if interested… part 1, part 2). This year Chariot asked him to assemble an author’s forum, where … Read More
Today’s podcast is a redux of last Friday’s “Fall Forecast, Computing Among the Clouds” panel discussion. Moderated by Ken Rimple (me), our guests were Kortina, a Google App / EC2 Developer Chris Richardson, author of Manning’s POJOs in Action and developer of CloudTools, an EC2 deployment framework Chris Cera, CTO of Vuzit, an Amazon EC2 … Read More