Sunday, April 19, 2009

Commercialization Challenges of Software Development in a Fragmented Mobile Ecosystem

I had the privilege of speaking at the WiTec Connections 2009 conference in Banff Alberta last week. Great conference ... and while like most I've been to lately where the attendance is a bit down, there is still great conversations, optimism and business being done.

My topic was one that's near and dear to our hearts here at Mob4Hire: how hard it is to develop mobile software due to the fragmented ecosystem (and, of course, how Mob4Hire makes it easier and less expensive!). Many people asked for a copy, so I'm happy to upload and share it.

I was also on a panel with some very smart and animated people ... a shout out to: Perry Kinkaide, President Alberta Council of Technologies www.ABCTech.ca, Harold Horgen, President, The York Group www.theyorkgroup.com, Kevin Wong, LL.B. at www.Stonecracker.com; experts at SRED credits, and Steve Morley, former VP, Qualcomm. Thanks for the great discussion, guys!

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