06 Mar

Mobile Monday Austin @ SXSWi 2014 (Unofficial)

The Mobile Monday Austin (unofficial) SXSW party is back. Join us at Fogo de Chao on Monday, March 10 at 5:30pm for some free drinks and food, as well as demos from leading mobile startups from Austin and around the world.

We packed Fogo de Chao last year with a room full of great conversation, brilliant ideas and interesting people — and you can expect the same this year, so come grab a drink with us at the end of another day of SXSW before you head out to the night’s parties.

Many thanks to our Sponsors!!!

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13 Dec

Happy Holidays — Mobile Monday Austin Dec 2012 Social

Happy Holidays!!!

Mobile continues to thrive in 2012 and we in the industry look forward to another prosperous year. As you are running around to make final deadlines, socialize and prepare for the holidays, come take a little break and join your fellow MoMo folks to celebrate. The Austin Mobile Monday crew would like you to join us for an impromptu informal holiday gathering at the Driskill, Monday December 17th in the bar/lounge from 6-8pm. We will have some apps and cocktails to share some holiday cheer. Libations and spaces are limited, so please RSVP by this Friday 12/14.

See you all at the event!

17 Oct

Mobile Monday Austin (Oct 22, 2012) – Mobile & Cloud

Join us for our October 2012 Mobile Monday Austin meeting, at the very cool Capital Factory offices in downtown Austin.

We are having a number of cool companies come talk about “Mobile and Cloud“:

* Cloudbees — CloudBees Platform as a Service (PaaS) architecture provides a powerful foundation for cloud development and deployment services.

* Twilio – provider of Cloud platform for Communications – APIs for Voice, VoIP and Text …

* Phunware – provider of branded mobile experiencesand mobile application infrastructure.

The speakers will cover related topics including using cloud-based Jenkins to build and test Android and iOS apps, using the Twillio APIs, and leveraging the cloud to end the native vs. html5 debate – introducing Mobile as a Service.

It is going to be a fun topic and event.

When: Oct 22, 2012
Time: 6-8:30pm
Where: Capital Factory
Cost: free
Drinks and pizza will be served

For information and headcount purposes, please visit & RSVP: http://momoaustinoct2012.eventbrite.com/

See you all there….

25 Apr

Mobile Monday Austin | Nokia USA Tour visits Austin – Apr 30, 2012

Mobile Monday Austin

Please join us April 30 for our next event when Nokia visits Austin for its “Nokia Lumia USA Tour”

WHEN: April 30, 6-9pm
WHERE: Buffalo Billiards, 201 E. 6th St.
WHO: Mobile Monday Austin & Nokia

Please RSVP at Eventbrite: http://momoaustinapr2012.eventbrite.com/

If you have a Windows Phone application, Nokia Developer wants to see your app – visit http://www.mobilemondayaustin.com for more information.

Drinks and appetizers will be served. Nokia is giving away 2 Nokia Lumia 800’s, plus other! For more information, visit the Mobile Monday Austin website.

Also see our new Facebook Page!

See you there…

ceo

09 Sep

Mobile Monday Austin, Mobile Gaming – Sept 19, sponsored by Nokia

A reminder that our next Mobile Monday Austin event is on September 19, 2011. The topic is Mobile Gaming and the event is sponsored by Nokia.


Date: Monday, September 19, 2011
Time: 6-9pm
Location: Buffalo Billiards, 201 E. 6th St.
Cost: FREE, food and drinks will be served

Please join us on Monday, September 19 for the next Mobile Monday Austin session. We’ll be discussing mobile gaming, and the latest trends and technologies in this exciting and active area of the mobile industry.

We’ll start gathering at 6pm for free drinks and some appetizers, and the session will begin at 7pm. Come out to meet other members of the Austin mobile community, and to hear about:

  • the latest research in mobile gaming from Nielsen, with David Gill
  • what’s hot in the Austin game developer community, from American-Statesman reporter Brian Gaar
  • an update from Nokia and Microsoft on Windows Phone 7, and what it holds for game developers
  • presentations from local game developers on their latest and coolest work

Please RSVP below to reserve your spot! Visit Mobile Monday Austin website.

If you are an Austin-area game developer and would like to present, please contact Carlo Longino, carlo at mobilemondayaustin dot com, or C. Enrique Ortiz, eortiz at mobilemondayaustin dot com.

Thanks to our sponsor, Nokia!

ceo

31 Mar

MobileMonday Austin | April 4, 2011 | Mobile Enterprise Apps Demo Night

Our next event is on Monday, April 04, 2011 at Buffalo Billiards…

Please Register at: http://momoaustin-040411.eventbrite.com/

Please arrive by 5:30 PM as we will begin 6:00pm – 8:00 PM.

This is the first of a five-city tour sponsored by Cisco and MobileMonday Americas. The Enterprise App Demo Night events begin in Austin, TX on April 4th, followed by San Francisco, CA & Boston, MA on April 11th, Seattle, WA on April 18th and New York City, NY on April 25th.

Event is FREE. Food/drinks will be served.

We are having a number of cool companies present; see you at the event!

Raffle! Courtesy of Breaking Development: We are giving away a pass ($1000+ value) to the Breaking Development mobile design & development conference in Dallas on April 11-12; great lineup of speakers. Recommended conference for those in mobile web app development!

Thanks to our Sponsor Cisco!

Please Register at: http://momoaustin-040411.eventbrite.com/

18 Nov

MobileMonday/AppCircus Austin Showcase @ TWS 2010 – And the Winner Is…

We had a wonderful showcase at the Texas Wireless Summit 2010, with 12 companies participating:

Great interactions and demos all across…

The companies were judged based on application originality, creativity and innovation as well as business model, validity and execution. A Runner up and 1st place were chosen:

(Runner up) — QRANK
(1st place) — Famigo Games

Congratulations to Famigo Games, winner of the 2010 MobileMonday/AppCircus Showcase and QRANK…

We had a well rounded set of cool companies that included mobile gaming, fitness, tab and POS management, social, secure health, education, brand management and call management. It was awesome to have them participate and see the mobile startups that are brewing up in Austin… Congrats to All!

Thanks to the MobileMonday Austin, AppCircus and the Austin Technology Incubator staff and our sponsor Bracewell & Giuliani LLP.

Related to this see Texas Wireless Summit Showcases Austin as Premier Wireless Innovation Hub (ATI blog).

03 Nov

Invitation to MobileMonday-AppCircus Showcase at the Texas Wireless Summit

This is an invitation to all Mobile Startups in Austin to participate at the MobileMonday Austin Showcase at the upcoming Texas Wireless Summit; read below. If you would like to participate please email me at eortiz [at] mobilemondayaustin [dot] com.

On Nov 16th, the ATI and MobileMondayAustin (MobileMonday Austin.com) are hosting a Showcase to highlight the most promising mobile applications and platforms. The Showcase will be 45 minutes during the afternoon break — we will set up cocktail tables around the coffee and snacks for the startups to demo and engage with the audience. We are anticipating around 200 participants, from all corners of the industry and including carriers, angel investors, and VC investors. Participating companies will receive one complimentary pass to the Summit. Please visit TWSummit.com.

During the TWS showcase we are doing Austin’s first AppCircus. We are partnering with AppCircus (AppCircus.com) which is a global cross-platform mobile showcase which enables any mobile application to be eligible to pitch in any city around the world which hosts an AppCircus. There will be an expert panel judging the applications and a winner mobile application will be chosen which will be eligible to present at the 2011 Mobile Premier Awards in Barcelona, during the Mobile World Congress.

ceo

20 Oct

MobileMonday Austin (Nov 2010) | Nielsen on Mobile Applications and Connected Devices

I posted at the MobileMonday Austin website information about the next event…

Please note that seating is limited; please register and reserve your seating and enter the raffle to win a new Nokia N8. For registration and more information, please visit the MobileMonday Austin website at http://www.mobilemondayaustin.com/.


The event is sponsored by Nokia and the 2010 Calling All Innovators North America developer contest, presented by Nokia and AT&T.


Topic: Mobile Applications and Connected Devices — New Nielsen Company research on the changing media consumption landscape

When: November 1, 2010 | 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Where: Cool River (4001 W Parmer Ln, Austin, TX 78727-4105)

Come listen to the Nielsen Company present new research on Smartphones, Tablets and the new Application economy. Information in this session will address:

  • Growth of Smartphones, leading platforms and a look forward
  • Behaviors and preferences of mobile app users
  • Which apps are people using and why?
  • How much are downloaders’ willing to pay?
  • Overall look at tablets, e-readers, media players and netbooks – how are users consuming media on these devices?
  • How do tablet users respond to advertising versus smartphone owners?
  • What do media companies need to consider when launching tablet and smartphone content?
14 Apr

MobileMonday Austin | Mobile Web Runtimes, Flash and Widgets | May 3rd 2010

We are set. Next MobileMonday Austin event is on May 3rd, 2010.

Seating is limited! Please register at the MobileMonday Austin website.

Topic: Mobile Web Runtimes, Widgets and Flash with speakers:

  • Kirk Ballou of Flash Widgets
  • Dan Podwall of Nokia Web Runtime Tools

Cost: Free. Open bar and appetizers will be served.

Time: Please arrive by 5:45pm. We will start at 6pm-7:30pm or so. With cash bar as well.

Where: MAX Underground | Downtown at 207 San Jacinto Boulevard, Austin TX 78701; see Google map.

Thanks to our sponsor:

See you there!

ceo

08 Mar

MobileMonday Austin/SXSWi Special Event | Mobile App Design | March 15 2010

Don’t miss our yearly MobileMonday Austin/SXSW special event. We are having a great set of speakers.. Our Next MobileMonday event is on March 15, 2010; the registration form is at http://www.mobilemondayaustin.com. Seating is limited so please register.

Thanks to our sponsors Mobile Behavior and Forum Nokia.

And thanks to the International Center of Austin (ICA) for offering their space for the event. And thanks to the Austin Wireless Alliance/ATI Wireless and Maria OCampo (Collider Media) and Allison Mooney (Mobile Behavior) for the help with logistics.

Seating is limited! (really to about 50 people)

Cost? Free. Light food and drinks will be served, thanks to our sponsors.

Time? 5:00-6:30 or so pm so we can end early and continue the SXSWi Festivities! Arrive by 5:00 pm.

Where? The International Center of Austin (ICA). The IAC is literally 5 minutes walk distance from the Austin Convention center, so it is very convenient. Address: 201 East 2nd Street Austin, TX 78701-4009. See map: http://bit.ly/cpfrBa

Agenda | Topic Mobile App Design:

  • Barbara Ballard — presentation on Mobile Design and User Experience (UX);
  • Panel with Foursquare, SimpleGeo, CloudFour, Frog Design and others TBD. Moderated by Carlo Longino of MobHappy.

Please register at http://www.mobilemondayaustin.com!

==> Also, don’t miss on Saturday March 13 the Wireless Future15 at SXSWi! See http://bit.ly/9K7BE2

ceo

25 Feb

We had an awesome MobileMonday Austin Feb 2010 | Thanks to our sponsor Skyhook Wireless

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Wow, what a great MobileMonday Austin event we had last Monday Feb 22. With around 120 people attending, a great agenda and speakers, and a good time, it is safe to call the event a success. The opening by David, the demos by the various companies and the panel on Monetizing Mobile Apps moderated by Stacey was all great, diverse and well balanced.


A big thank you to our AWESOME sponsor Skyhook Wireless and special thanks to Kate and Ronda and Ted. And a big thank you to our speakers:

  • Ted Morgan, Skyhook Wireless
  • David Gill, The Nielsen Company
  • Stacey Higginbotham, GigaOM
  • Frank Hanzlik, Dell
  • Lance Obermeyer, Digby
  • Alan S. Knitowski, Phunware, Inc.
  • Michael Agustin, Gendai Games
  • Josh Williams, Gowalla
  • Larry Upton, Edioma

And thanks to Dell for the notebook-mini giveaway and to the Austin Wireless Alliance/ATI Wireless, RCR Wireless News and the Austin American Statesmen for helping spread out the word about the event. And of course thanks to all the attendees.

Next

Next is SXSW Interactive on March 12-16; hope to see you all there. On Saturday March 13 I will be running the Wireless Future15, don’t miss it!

And the next MobileMonday event is on March 15, 2010; the registration form is already up at http://www.mobilemondayaustin.com. Stay tuned by visiting the MoMo Austin website and this mailing list for further details.

ceo

11 Feb

MobileMonday Austin | February 22, 2010 | Great Agenda: Monetizing Mobile Apps

We are having an awesome MobileMonday Austin event on February 22; a great agenda indeed.

Thanks to our sponsor Skyhook Wireless, Dell, and our speakers, for helping make this event possible. And thanks to our Media Sponsor RCR Wireless News.

Seating is limited. For headcount, please click on Hyperlink below and register by *adding your name* to the event’s registration page (short URL is http://bit.ly/b03BYf).

Also, bring your business cards as we will be giving-away a new Dell Inspiron Mini (netbook) with GPS/Skyhook location functionality, courtesy of Dell.

The general topic for the event is Monetizing Mobile Apps, and the agenda is as follows:

(Please arrive by 5:45pm. The event runs 6pm-8:30pm, with open bar until 9:30pm)

Opening with David Gill, Director at The Nielsen Company, who will provide industry insights on the topic

Mobile/Wireless Demos (7 minutes per company)

  • Lance Obermeyer, CTO at Digby, on m-commerce
  • Frank Hanzlik, Director and GM, Wireless Connectivity Group, Dell, on wireless
  • Alan S. Knitowski, CEO at Phunware, Inc. on Enterprise branded mobile application infrastructure
  • Michael Agustin, CEO at Gendai Games, on mobile gaming
  • Ted Morgan, co-founder and CEO, Skyhook Wireless, on wireless and location
  • Josh Williams, CEO, Gowalla, on social networking and mobile
  • Larry Upton, CEO, Edioma, on mobile marketing solutions targeted at the Hispanic wireless subscriber market

Panel on Monetizing Mobile Apps

  • Moderated by Stacey Higginbotham, Resident finance guru at GigaOM
  • With our panelists Alan, Lance, Frank, Michael, Ted, Josh, Larry (see above)

Open Bar until 9:30pm

Cost is Free, thanks to our sponsor Skyhook Wireless

Drinks and Appetizers will be served

Place is tentatively scheduled at Cool River Cafe; see Map.

Please check http://www.MobileMondayAustin.com for the latest information


[Registration is now closed. Thanks.]

ceo

03 Dec

Reminder — MobileMonday Austin Event | next Monday Dec 7 ’09 | Great Agenda!

MobileMonday Austin

A quick reminder of next MobileMonday Austin event, next Monday Dec 7 ’09. We have a great agenda!

Hope to see you there!


When: December 7, 2009, 5:30 – 8:00pm

Topic: Central Texas Technology Incubators, Funding Sources and Mobile Apps Demo Night

Agenda:

Where: West Pickle Research Building, The Alamo room — see http://bit.ly/4Va4MW

Cost: Free. Pizza and sodas will be served.

Space is limited! To have an accurate headcount, please register by *adding your name* to the “December 7th Event page” at: http://groups.google.com/group/momoaustin/web/mobilemonday-austin-event-december-7-2009

If you are a startup or developer who would like to demo your applications, please send me an email to enrique dot ortiz at gmail dot com.

Thanks to our sponsor, the Austin Wireless Alliance! And to our Speakers!!!

ceo (@eortiz, @momoaustin)

20 Nov

MobileMonday Austin Event – December 7 ’09 – Technology Incubators, Funding Sources and Demos

MobileMonday Austin

Mark your calendars! The next MobileMonday Austin event is scheduled for December 7, 2009, 5:30-8pm.

For this event we will have a number of Central Texas Technology Incubators come in and talk about what and how they help local mobile developers and start-ups. We will also have a local Angel investor present on “Funding Sources”. And we will have some local companies demo their mobile products. It is going to be a very interesting and informative event!


When: December 7, 2009, 5:30 – 8:00pm

Topic: Central Texas Technology Incubators, Funding Sources and Mobile Apps Demo Night

Agenda:

Where: West Pickle Research Building, The Alamo room — see http://bit.ly/4Va4MW

Cost: Free. Pizza and sodas will be served.

Space is limited! To have an accurate headcount, please register by *adding your name* to the “December 7th Event page” at: http://groups.google.com/group/momoaustin/web/mobilemonday-austin-event-december-7-2009

If you are a startup or developer who would like to demo your applications, please send me an email to enrique dot ortiz at gmail dot com.

Thanks to our sponsor, the Austin Wireless Alliance! And to our Speakers!!!

ceo
@eortiz
@momoaustin

29 Apr

MobileMonday Chapters Around the World

Great map by MobileMonday Estonia:


View MoMo Chapters in a larger map

It is great to see how many chapters we have now / how much the MobileMonday community has grown over the last years…

The Austin chapter was founded on May 10 of 2005 and today it consists of more than 280 members. Our mission has remained the same “an open community of mobile professionals and enthusiasts in Austin, TX, that share both a common interest in mobile technologies and a desire to foster cooperation among individuals, the industry and academia.”

ceo

16 Mar

Reminder – today MobileMonday Austin – The Mobile Web

A reminder that today is MobileMonday Austin;topic The Mobile Web. It is going to be a great session… See you there.

When: March 16, 2009, 5:30-8:30pm (but will try to be done by 8pm to go back and continue enjoying SXSWi)

Where: The International Center of Austin (http://www.austin-international.us/)
201 East 2nd Street (btwn Brazos & San Jacinto)
Austin, Texas 78701
See map: http://tinyurl.com/d3voml

Cost: Zero, nada. Pizza and sodas will be served. But please register, see below

Topic: Mobile Web

Speakers:
* Mobile Web Industry metrics — Nielsen-Mobile
* The State of the Mobile Web — W3C (TBD)
* On Web Browser Trends and Strategies — Skyfire
* On Web Runtime APIs — OMTP
* On Widgets, the GSMA OneAPI — Vodafone
* Latest on Opera Browser and its Widget Platform – Opera Software

ceo

12 Mar

MobileMonday Austin Update — Venue information!!! — Also Sunday: Mobile Web & Widget Meetup at Driskill Hotel Bar Hosted by Betavine

Update Venue information for MobileMonday Austin. The next event will take place at The International Center of Austin; very convenient right on 2nd street by SXSW! Thanks to The International Center of Austin for the meeting room. And thanks to our sponsors W3C Mobile Web Initiative, Open Mobile Terminal Platform (OMTP) Forum, and Motive/Alcatel-Lucent.

For more information see MobileMonday Austin — Great speaker lineup — The Mobile Web.

– – –

But wait, there is more! :-)

Also, on Sunday March 15 don’t miss the “Mobile Web Apps & Widgets Meet-Up” at 5:00pm:

  • Event: Mobile Web Apps & Widgets Meet-Up “Find out about your chance to win £20,000″
  • What: Informational Meeting
  • Host: Betavine
  • Start Time: Sunday, March 15 at 5:00-8:00pm
  • Where: Driskill Hotel Bar

To see more details and RSVP, follow the link below: http://www.facebook.com/n/?event.php&eid=56573382794&mid=238ec8G3289174dG3ff128fG7

10 Mar

MobileMonday Austin — Great speaker lineup — The Mobile Web

Update… Venue information for MobileMonday Austin. Very convenient right on 2nd street by SXSW! Thanks to the The International Center of Austin for the room. And thanks to our sponsors W3C Mobile Web Initiative, OMTP and Motive/Alcatel-Lucent.

Please note the next MobileMonday Austin meeting is on March 16, 2009 (the Monday of SXSW Interactive). More information will be published at the MobileMonday Austin website; see http://www.mobilemondayaustin.com.

Please note that I am still trying to figure out the venue. But mark your calendars. We have a great speaker line-up. If you have a room that holds 50 or more people in the downtown area, please let me know ASAP***.

For headcount purposes, please register at http://groups.google.com/group/momoaustin/edit/mobilemonday-austin-event-mar-16-2009.

  • When: March 16, 2009 — 5:30-8:30pm (we will try to be done by 8pm so we can go and party/celebrate at SXSWi)
  • Where: The International Center of Austin (http://www.austin-international.us/)
    201 East 2nd Street (btwn Brazos & San Jacinto)
    Austin, Texas 78701
    See map
  • Cost: Nada, zero, free — if you would like to sponsor, please let me know
  • General Topic: The Mobile Web
  • Speakers:
    • Mobile Web Industry metrics — Nielsen-Mobile
    • The State of the Mobile Web — World Wide Web (W3C)
    • On Web Browser Trends and Strategies — Skyfire
    • On Web Runtime APIs and BONDI — Open Mobile Terminal Platform (OMTP)
    • On Widgets. The GSMA OneAPI — Vodafone

For headcount purposes, please register at http://groups.google.com/group/momoaustin/edit/mobilemonday-austin-event-mar-16-2009.

If you would like to speak/present and/or sponsor, please send me an email to enrique dot ortiz at gmail dot com.

26 Feb

Great MobileMonday Austin Feb 2009 – thanks to our sponsors and speakers

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Last Monday Feb 23rd we had our MobileMonday Austin meeting. The topic was “Rich Local Applications and Applications Stores”. The meeting started with David Gill of Nielsen Mobile who gave an excellent presentation on industry metrics on mobile applications and usage. This was followed by Dr. Michael Yuan of Ringful who covered iPhone applications and app stores, followed by Andrew Donoho of DDG who covered technology strategy and the iPhone.

It was a very good meeting, with tons of great info, all possible thanks to our sponsors and speakers: the Austin Wireless Alliance (AWA), Motive/Alcatel-Lucent, Ringful, Nielsen Mobile and the Donoho Design Group, and of course, to everyone who attended.

Please note that our next meeting is targeted for March 16 (the Monday of SXSW Interactive); stay tuned by visiting the MobileMonday Austin website, and subscribing to the mailing list.

Below are some photos of the meeting:

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04 Feb

MobileMonday Austin – Feb 23rd – Rich/Local Apps and App Stores

MoMo Austin

Mark your calendars…

Please register for the event at http://groups.google.com/group/momoaustin/web/event-feb-23-2009 (so we have a headcount to go by).

The next MobileMonday Austin is scheduled for Feb 23rd. The topic is on rich/local applications and App Stores. We will have industry/market and information on developing local/rich applications for iPhone and Android and other, and the importance/impact of App Stores.

For more information and dates, please visit the newly redesigned MobileMonday Austin website at http://www.mobilemondayaustin.com (feedback is welcome).

If you would like to speak/present, please send me an email to enrique dot ortiz at gmail dot com.

Also, we are planning on having a MobileMonday Austin event during SXSW Interactive on March 16… mark your calendars. Again, please refer to the MobileMonday website for info and dates.

Last but not least, if anyone is going to Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona, let me know to meetup. For a pretty good list of parties during MWC see http://www.mobileslate.com/blog/2009-mobile-world-congress-party-list.

ceo

16 Jan

Mobile Peer Awards at Mobile World Congress – we need more Austin representation (deadline is tonight)

Austinites –

The “Mobile Peer Awards” is to happen at Barcelona during Mobile World Congress (MWC). There are great mobile startups in Austin. It would be great if you register your startup, even if you will not attend MWC. I can do the registration for you if you cant; email me. We need Austin representation! It will be good for your company with some extra visibility, global visibility.

Shoot me an email if you have any questions…

ceo

05 Nov

Mobile Peer Awards — Calling all Austin Mobile Startups!

MobileMonday

The MobileMonday Mobile Peer Awards are among the most influential events in the mobile industry and, with over 1000 attendants, the point of reference in startup innovation during the Mobile World Congress (Barcelona, February 16, 2009).

There are a number of cool mobile companies in Austin, and it would be great to have Austin representation!

If your company is ready, this will give you a big opportunity to present in front of investors, operators, media companies, and everyone else in the mobile value chain, press and influential bloggers and your peer entrepreneurs.

Visit the Peer Awards Homepage (http://www.mobilepeerawards.com) and register your startup under the *Austin* chapter.

I will be monitoring the list and serve as a liaison… If you have any questions, shoot me an email…

Sponsoring

If you would like to become a sponsor of MobileMonday Austin at the Peer Awards, please send me an email. In exchange your logo will be included on the Austin’s Peer Award page and will be mentioned at the peer awards event. The collected money will be used to send Austin representation and/or help a local startup make it to the event.

/C. Enrique Ortiz, MobileMonday Austin

08 Jul

Reminder: MobileMonday Austin, July 14th with Oracle

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Oracle

A reminder that next Monday July 14th is our next Austin MobileMonday session.

A very interesting topic, come see Nikunj Mehta, tech lead for Oracle’s AtomDB project, talk about an emergent approach to mobile applications and browser-embedded databases, involving the use of the Atom publishing protocol for application programming as well as data synchronization, and areas of future work in off-line data for Web applications.

This event is sponsored by Oracle.

For more information see the MobileMonday Austin website.

Hope to see you there!

ceo