Transitioning to iPhone Development Presentation Slides

Thanks to Nat and Chris from Night & Day Studios for such an informative presentation Monday. Everyone seemed to get quite a bit out of the discussion. And I can testify to the fact that my 2-year-old loves Peekaboo Barn even if she can't really play with it without her Dad nervously clutching the iPhone at the same time. Nat and Chris graciously not only provided their slides, but also updated them to make them easier to follow for those who weren't at the meeting. The slides are embedded below or can be downloaded here.

Transitioning to iPhone Development - Night & Day Studios

Many local companies are contemplating the opportunities created by the iPhone App Store and whether or not to change their focus to build iPhone applications. One local company that has taken the leap is Night & Day Studios.

Night & Day Studios is a media production and software development house in SE Portland. They got their start developing kiosks and other exhibit media for museums.

Date: 
Monday, January 26, 2009 - 6:00pm

iPhone Games: Fieldrunner

The iPhone gaming market has taken off in a way that few anticipated. There now are more than 1,500 iPhone games available from the App Store. One of the more popular games is Fieldrunners.

Fieldrunners has been a top ten paid application in the iPhone App Store and has over 2,000 reviews. It has been hailed by Curt Schilling as "fun as hell new app."

Date: 
Monday, November 24, 2008 - 6:00pm

Introduction to Google Android

A year after making a splash with the announcement of the Google Android platform for mobile phones, Android-based phones have finally hit the market. The G1 from T-Mobile and HTC shows an early version of what is possible on this new platform.

Sean Sullivan will be talking about what Google Android is, what it means for the market place, and how developers can start building solutions for this new mobile phone platform.

Date: 
Monday, October 27, 2008 - 6:00pm

Mobile Insecurity

Today mobile devices know where we are, who we talk to, how much money we have in the bank and has access to corporate data, personal photos and other sensitive information.

Data and identity theft due to mobile phone theft and vulnerabilities are rising concerns. However, with both businesses and developers mobile security usually takes a back seat to features, convenience and time-to-market.

Ken Westin, the Founder and CTO of GadgetTrak, will lead a spirited discussion touching on mobile security and privacy.

Date: 
Monday, August 25, 2008 - 6:00pm
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