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Thursday, May 23rd, 6pm
Please note, the meeting is on a different day and time than normal. In addition, we expect high turnout for this event so we're asking people to register using EventBrite [[link]].
In a joint venture, the Portland Content Strategy Meetup, Mobile Portland and the UX Book Club PDX are excited to host Karen McGrane [[link]], author of Content Strategy for Mobile [[link]] for a "battle cry" talk on putting content first, especially in mobile development projects.
If you have the time to attend, this would be a good chance to represent Portland’s mobile interests. Rep. Walden is the Chairman of House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology. That subcommittee deals with many telecommunications and mobile related issues.
this month (5/27) is on Memorial Day.
Right now it does not cache any responses. I am creating a design for
minimizing the calls to backend by caching the response from the server.
i am still deciding between a HttpResponseCache Vs persisting the json data
See you in May,
On the plus side, we’ve been working on a really great speaker for May. And if it works out, we’ll likely move the meeting to mid-Month to accommodate the speaker’s schedule so you won’t have to wait another full month for your Mobile Portland fix.
Vision Mobile, Mashable and O'Reilly Radar are on my web home page.
Otherwise I pickup articles through FB posts of friends and sometimes when
I'm on StackOverflow researching a solution.
On a side note, if your shop has need of Android help, I've just come off
What publications do you read to stay on top of what's happening in the
tech industry – magazines, web sites, blogs, people, etc.
Both from high-level business strategy / direction to how-to tech info.
What are your favorites?
We are looking for a partner to help develop mobile applications (mainly on
iOS so far) to meet our business needs. And we prefer approaching local
people. Any suggestions?
I'm currently looking for someone to join a growing Portland company on a
full time basis to oversee and be the main contributor for mobile
development. Right now the client is just deploying on iOS but has plans to
expand to Windows Phone and Android by end of the year.
The ideal candidate would have enterprise development experience, have at
the HTML5/JS space.
Currently we are considering the Sencha HTLM5 framework, so any Sencha
experience would be a definite bonus.
We have much work to be done in the next four months!!
software development team creating engaging mobile applications that will
improve peoples lives. As a member of the Product Development group, you
will work in a collaborative and creative environment alongside other
developers, testers, designers and product owners. If you're passionate
Last night at the end of the Mobile Portland meeting, I was talking to a couple of male attendees about technical issues. As we were talking, a woman that I don’t know passed us and then left the building.
little early, that would be helpful.
I can help out with that. Let me know what I need to do.