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The Mobile Development Landscape

, 7 Dec 2011 CPOL
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Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session: This session aims to eliminate confusion around what it takes to develop for mobile devices today and to give an unbiased view of the mobile development landscape without turning in to a religious debate

Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session

If you missed the premiere of one of our virtual tech summits you'll still be able to view these sessions. This video originally premiered in our Cloud Development Summit March 9, 2011.


In the few seconds that it takes you to read this abstract, Apple will have sold another 54 iPhones and 11 iPads. Did you know there are over 80 unique Android handsets available from carriers today, and by the end of this month, over 50 Android slates will be available for purchase. Although a little late to the party, Microsoft is also not giving up and is reportedly spending $1bn marketing and developing Windows Phone 7. 


In this keynote, we’ll build on these amazing facts by exploring on what it takes to develop mobile applications today – the types of applications that people are building today, the frameworks that developers are gravitating to, the debate between native and web, the challenges many face, and concluding by sharing thoughts on the incredible opportunities for you in this fast moving area.


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QuestionThanks - very good summary PinmemberGarry Lowther8-Dec-11 7:48 

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