Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Norfolk Developers Christmas Special with IBM

What: Hybrid Mobile Project - Best Practices and an Introduction to using IBM Worklight

When: Wednesday 4th December @ 6.30pm

Where: Virgin Wines, 4th Floor, St James' Mill, Whitefriars, Norwich, NR3 1TN

Sign-up: http://www.meetup.com/Norfolk-Developers-NorDev/events/141440522/

The Norfolk Developers Christmas special is a double header on Mobile and IBM Worklight Best Practices from Andrew Ferrier and Vladimir Kislicins of IBM’s mobile division.

Hybrid Mobile Project - Best Practices and an Introduction to using IBM Worklight  

In this presentation, we look at some of the best practices we have developed for working on hybrid Mobile Projects. We'll start with a brief recap of web and mobile development models, then focus on the content within the hybrid container, building to discuss JavaScript toolkits and frameworks, looking at how they make mobile web development more straightforward, and how a framework for structuring larger applications can help.

We'll then move on to talk about the IBM Worklight platform, providing an introduction and describing how it can be used to built some of these types of application. We'll talk about a few Worklight-specific best practices, then demonstrate some of the applications we have built for customers using this technology, showing a little under-the-covers.

Andrew Ferrier

Andrew consults for IBM Software Services, working with IBM customers on mobile technologies, especially Dojo Mobile and IBM Worklight.

He has presented extensively on Dojo, Mobile, REST, and Web APIs, contributing Intellectual Capital to the IBM and WebSphere communities, as well as writing two IBM Redbooks, and numerous posts on Dojo Tips 'n' Tricks and SOA Tips 'n' Tricks, both of which he co-founded. He also regularly speaks at internal and external customer conferences, including IBM IMPACT and the European WebSphere Technical Conference. Previously, he worked with WebSphere ESB and WebSphere Process Server.

Vladimir Kislicins  

Vladimir started his career in IBM MQ Development and recently joined IBM Software Services to get more involved with mobile technologies. Since joining the team he focused on rapid prototype development leading proof of concept projects, participated in customer workshops and provided support to other team members with Android native development. With passion in mobile technologies, Vladimir has experience with mobile application development in Worklight and Android native as well as several Prior Art publications focusing on optimising software processes to reduce battery consumption on mobile devices.

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