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Tuesday, February 18 • 9:00am - 9:40am
PANEL: Multi-Device Development: Building for Everything

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What are the strategies, difficulties, and opportunities in building my app for a variety of smart phones, tablets, or TV's / screens? Each platform may have its own audience demographic, native coding language, even core functionality. Is "building for everything" a strategy best left to Fortune 500's, or can certain types of apps build and launch across multiple devices within a feasible turnaround time?

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Michael Carter

CEO, Game Closure
Michael Carter, CEO of Game Closure, is recognized in the W3C HTML5 specification for his contribution of the initial WebSocket proposal, a real-time networking technology for browsers. His work is in use at thousands of companies around the world, including Redhat, Myspace, Cloudkick, Likealittle, and more. He's currently leading the team at Game Closure, where he raised $12 mm series-A financing, launched dozens of games with partners across... Read More →
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Jamie Hull

VP Web and Commerce Products, Evernote
Jamie Hull, VP of Web and Commerce Products, heads the iOS and web product teams for Evernote. She oversees the development of these core platforms for the company from initial design through development and deployment. She manages over a dozen engineers and designers and a schedule of near-weekly software releases. | | | Jamie’s career began with several technical roles in web development before moving into product management and team... Read More →
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Larry McDonough

Principal Evangelist, BlackBerry
Larry McDonough is currently Principal Evangelist for BlackBerry and responsible for launching the BlackBerry Runtime for Android apps.  He has spoken on numerous topics such as Mobile Monetization, Android development, Mobile App Security, HTML5 vs. Native, and Home Automation/IoT using QNX.  Larry has written code that’s run in space for NASA, in the Pentagon for Joint Chiefs of Staff, on the Walt Disney Studios campus, and... Read More →
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Nishant Patel

CTO, built.io by raw engineering
Nishant Patel is CTO of raw engineering. Nishant brings 15 years of experience solving complex technology and cloud integration problems for large enterprises. Prior to founding raw engineering, Nishant was a Senior Architect at TIBCO Software. Nishant holds a B.S. in Computer Science, from The Ohio State University.

Tuesday February 18, 2014 9:00am - 9:40am
Terra Gallery & Event Venue 511 Harrison St, San Francisco, CA 94105

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