MunichJS: Speech About Internationalization of HTML5 Apps and Using Encapsulator

Today there was a JavaScript meetup of MunichJS in Feldkirchen near Munich (Germany). MunichJS is a user group in Munich for developers that meets monthly to discuss topics on JavaScript and ECMAScript. I was invited to give a speech there … Continue reading

AppLab: Speech About “Black Belt and the Accelerator Program”

Today there was an AppLab of Intel about the Intel AppUp Developer Program in Milan (Italy) with about 80 attendees. I was invited to give a speech there about the topic Black Belt and the Accelerator Program summarizing the reputation system … Continue reading

European Software Conference 2011: Speech About the Intel AppUp Developer Program

This weekend the yearly European Software Conference (ESWC) took place in London (Great Britain). I gave a speech there about the “Intel AppUp Developer Program: the New App Store for Netbooks and Tablets” explaining the opportunities for developers when they submit … Continue reading

IDF 2011: Panel Discussion About Developing Apps for Multiple Devices

Today I was invited to join the panel discussion “Apps Across the Compute Continuum: Developing Apps for Multiple Devices” at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. It was a pleasure for me to discuss together with other Intel … Continue reading

MobileMonday: Speech About “Getting Your Windows and MeeGo Apps Into AppUp”

Today there was a MobileMonday Developer Day (M2D2) in Munich (München, Germany) with the Intel AppUp Application Lab: MeeGo Series extended, organized and hosted by MobileMonday and Intel in cooperation with about 100 attendees. The speakers spoke about details of … Continue reading

European Software Conference 2010 in Vienna

This weekend I was attending to the European Software Conference (ESWC) in Vienna (Austria). The purpose of this conference is to provide an easy way for sharing information between software developers and companies as well as organizations who provide products and services to software developers. Especially the … Continue reading