Date: Thursday, July 14th, 2011with live Q&A, Registertoday!
Time: 11:00am EDT*/8:00 amPDT/15:00 UTC
Speaker: Todd Kaplinger, Web2.0 and Mobile Release Architect, IBM
Many of today’s applications must notonly run on the desktop and a Web browser but, increasingly, on smartphones and tablets as well. Software developers now are faced withthe challenge of adapting their apps to these mobile devices.
This presentation looks at the manyissues facing enterprise software developers and discusses thechoices they face when creating mobile versions of their enterpriseapplications. Explore the pros and cons of the various alternativesand get an introduction to IBM’s suggested approach.
About the Speaker:
Todd Kaplinger is a Senior SoftwareEngineer and IBM Master Inventor in IBM's
WebSphere Technology Institute,currently working as the Release Architect for the just released Web2.0 & Mobile Feature Pack v1.1. Todd is an expert in Web-basedtechnologies such as Dojo, JSP, Servlet, and PHP with a recent focuson emerging Web 2.0 technologies and their impact on the enterprise.Todd has been Lead Architect on other WebSphere projects and has alsoparticipated in the JSR 154 Servlet 2.5 Specification as IBM'srepresentative in the Servlet Expert Group.
Partof the the Global WebSphere Community July 2011 monthly focus:
DevelopingMobile Applications with WebSphere Technology