12/13/2011 10:59:45 AM EST
How do you recommend a small or medium sized company go about finding and vetting those independent developers?
United StatesRaul (rap584 in Twitter)
12/13/2011 11:51:16 AM EST
I love your perspective on this. I could not agree more that "The quality and reliability of the applications available will be dependent on the strength of the developer community." I would like to add the reliability of mobile broadband networks and an enterprise's ability to understand how their networks and devices are truly performing is also a huge dependency. I would welcome the opportunity to talk to you more about the topic and your thoughts.
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United StatesHyla Feder
12/14/2011 04:31:11 PM EST
Great article, I counldn't agree more. Take a look at this article for a similar perspective:
12/14/2011 06:33:28 PM EST
Great short article. I work for the 80%
United StatesThomas Woodfin
12/22/2011 11:50:27 AM EST
Mobile apps are hot today. But hiring a developer is too expensive. I used snappii.com to make apps. It's really easy, the web service allows to make mobile apps in minutes, and without programming skills at all.
01/21/2012 12:38:29 PM EST
As more and more mobile workers use smartphones and tablets as well as notebooks, enterprises of every stripe face the challenge of modernizing legacy apps. The challenge is a complex one as it involves many factors such as determining which apps to modernize and how; choosing a mobile security strategy to employ; and deciding whether to approach your modernization challenge incrementally or all at once.
To get a handle on some of the best ways to modernize legacy apps, I spoke to two experts, Christopher Willis and Rob Gagne. Willis is executive vice president, marketing and strategic alliance, Pyxis Mobile. Gagne is vice president of engineering at Nexaweb technologies.
Pyxis Mobile's mobile enterprise application platform is used by companies to develop, deploy, and manage mobile applications. Its App Studio empowers the creation of applications that fully integrate with BlackBerry, iPhone, Android, and Windows Mobile devices from a single configuration.
07/17/2012 07:02:46 AM EST
And the future has already become present. I write a lot about mobile development ( http://shofarsblast.com ) and I also work in an IT company so i can say that 80% of current projects are of business development.
United StatesKevin J. Adams
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