EVENT DATE : Thursday, June 20, 2013
TIME : 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-04:00) / 10:00 AMPacific Daylight Time (GMT-07:00)
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It’s time to make more money from your Android apps by using in-app purchasing. Sell real-world goods or services, unlock premium functionality, or even accelerate game play.
Sound great? Get started with this no-cost virtual conference for Android developers, and learn how to build in-app payments into your app. You’ll learn how to integrate mobile payment libraries into your library in only a few minute – with no need to code a payment UI.
The benefits? In-app payments using libraries is more convenient for consumers than using a credit card – and that means less friction and more payments. No need to redirect to a browser, no need for consumers to share their personal or financial information.
If you are already using an in-app purchase system or a payment library, come to this virtual conference to learn about new options and new best practices.
The virtual conference will be taught by expert faculty from AnDevCon: The Android Developer Conference! You will learn from Jason Mark, of Gravity Switch, Robert Weber of NativeX, and Pragati Ogal Rai of PayPal.
Seats are limited – and there is no cost to attend. Sign up today!
Live Event: Thursday, June 20 at 1pm EST, 10am PST.
With Jason at the helm, Gravity Switch continues to be the leader in New England in Web and mobile applications development. In addition to software design, Jason has written and collaborated on a handful of children’s books (both for himself and clients). He has also created ePub books, some of which are currently available in Apple's iBook store. Always passionate about teaching, Jason was one of the first professors of website design in the country. He even had students who commuted to Massachusetts from California to take his classes! Follow Jason on Twitter at @Jasonnmark
Rob Weber has been a successful entrepreneur since the age of 16 when he, along with his brothers, launched their first e-marketing business. By the age of 20 the Weber brothers had turned their basement endeavors into a multi-million dollar business, and Rob became CEO. He saw the enormous potential in advertiser-sponsored content and pivoted the company to capitalize on this trend. The company captured the attention and the ad dollars of companies like Google, Yahoo!, and Symantec.
Today, Rob leads Business Development and works with App Developers to create great apps, build audience, and monetize them. NativeX’s current partner set includes many of the world’s most popular developers, such as Imangi Studios, maker of Temple Run.
In 2006, Rob shared the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award with his twin brother, and business partner, Ryan Weber. Rob was also named to the 2007 Inc. 5,000 CEO’s Under 30 list.
Rob received his B.S. in Entrepreneurship from St. Cloud State University. He is a Board Member of NativeX and is a private angel investor in a number of music, game, and mobile application start-ups. Rob enjoys sharing his passion for the Internet and entrepreneurship with students at St. Cloud State University and other youth-mentoring venues.
Pragati Ogal Rai
Pragati has over 12 years of experience in mobile operating systems, mobile security, mobile payments, and m-commerce. From working as a platform security engineer with Motorola Mobility to designing and developing PayPal’s mobile offerings, she has extensive end-to-end experience in all aspects of mobile technology. Pragati has dual masters in computer science and has taught and trained computer science students at different levels. She is a recognized speaker at international technology events. Pragati currently works as the Mobile Technology Evangelist with PayPal, eBay Inc..
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EVENT DATE : Tuesday, June 25, 2013
TIME : 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-04:00) / 8:00 AMPacific Daylight Time (GMT-07:00)
Are you overwhelmed with the challenges of releasing today's complex business applications? Does it feel like you will never able to hit the market window or quality bar set by your business peers?
Come to a no-cost webinar to learn how an effective release management process is a critical capability if you want to beat your competition through innovative software systems and services. Putting process guidelines in place and automating the build process are good first steps — but there are many additional tactics that organizations can use to increase their release capacity, from time-boxed releases, to milestone release schedule, up through continuous delivery of software changes.
Join Forrester VP and Principal Analyst Jeffrey Hammond and Electric Cloud CTO Anders Wallgren as they discuss five specific ways to streamline your release management processes with an eye toward faster, more predictable delivery of world class software. Seats are limited – so sign up today!
Live Event: Tuesday, June 25th at 11am Eastern, 8am Pacific
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ACE, the ADAPTIVE Communication Environment, is an open source framework
that implements many core patterns for concurrent communication
software. It is part of the open source ACE/TAO/CIAO/DAnCE/OpenDDS
middleware suite. With almost 8 million lines of C++ code and developers
distributed around the world, the development team was challenged to
ensure that code was adequately tested as it was developed. The
developers needed to improve their testing coverage, communicate the
testing policy and ensure that the test policies were followed.
The team started with a mountain of 275,000 functions without full test
coverage. Come to this technical webinar to learn how the team narrowed
the scope of testing and identified 605 functions that were critical to
fully test by prioritizing the critical components and filtering out
those that were unnecessary to test. And as new code and tests are
added, the project ensures that the critical components are covered by
an automated test. Now the ACE developers can focus on testing what
How do they do it? Watch Coverity's webinar - register today!
Johnny Willemsen, CTO Remedy IT
Johnny Willemsen studied computer science and graduated from Technische
Hogeschool Gelderland in 1996. He joined the Remedy IT team in 1997.
During his career he gained a lot of experience in the architecture,
design, and development of high-quality, mission-critical software
systems. He has great knowledge and experience of interoperable open
architectures, open standards, and open-source software. He has driven
and participated in the standardization of several new OMG standards
including CORBA Compression, Ruby CORBA Language Mapping, AMI4CCM and
DDS4CCM. Moreover, he has taken the lead in several modernization
initiatives for existing OMG standards such as the CORBA IDL C++11
mapping (IDL2C++11) and the Unified Component Model (UCM).
Over 15 years in the Enterprise Software industry holding titles such as Systems Administrator, Professional Services Consultant, Technical Instructor, Sales Engineer, Solution Architect and Product Marketing Manager.
Specialties: Test Automation, Datacenter Automation, Disaster Recovery, High Availability, Data Protection
David Rubinstein is the editor-in-chief of SD Times and SharePoint Tech Report, and conference chairman of SPTechCon: The SharePoint Technology Conference. An award-winning journalist, David has more than 30 years experience in news reporting and editing. A founding member of the SD Times team, David has spent the last 10 years in the high-tech industry. He works out of SD Times’ Long Island headquarters.
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To support a multi-channel customer supply chain while reducing cost, you must go beyond integration to true B2B collaboration. Please join us for an informative webinar taught by Bryan Ball from the Aberdeen Group.
Brian, Research Director for Aberdeen's Supply Chain and Supplier Management research practice, will teach you how to establish a holistic approach to the supply chain by tying replenishment and fulfillment systems together. You’ll see how to develop the trust required to make those processes work across borders.
You will learn:
• Why B2B collaboration is becoming a priority for all businesses as a result of the pressures they are facing in today's business environment.
• Why rising complexity of operations and the increasing service demands from customers are causing businesses to make B2B collaboration a priority.
• Results from a recent survey with best-in-class companies highlighting the value of B2B collaboration.
Learn how to move from integration to collaboration – register for this recorded webinar today!
VP and Principal Analyst,
Supply Chain and Supplier Management Research Practice
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