Although it wasn’t spelt out, mobile really was the name of the game at the 2013 AT&T Developer Summit. Indicative of the current state of the telco industry (and arguably society at large), mobile was everywhere: from the number of APIs available from AT&T and their partners (including IBM Worklight), connecting to homes and cars, or simply the number of devices being handed out as prizes throughout the event.
So, the majority of our coverage centers around (you guessed it) mobile, and the related themes of M2M, enterprise mobility and car/TV/home connectivity:
- The challenges of mobile enterprise app development
- #ATTHack: extending mobile development to cars, TVs and more
- Developing Worklight adapters with AT&T APIs
- Keynote DeviceAnywhere's Rich Killmar: Testing apps in today's mobile landscape
- Kevin Griffin and Ed Schmidt: AT&T's Mobile APIs for Worklight
- Axeda's Dan Murphy on latest developments in M2M
- AT&T Developer Summit 2013: key takeaways
As was evident from the event, there is a whole new world of possibility in this space bounded only by the creativity of developers.
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