Mobile Application Forum

Building applications for wireless, mobile Internet and broadband services is one of the most exciting areas of development in the technology arena. The New Jersey Technology Council looks to foster this innovation in the region so that developers, entrepreneurs, market leaders and investors can come together to discuss strategic direction, showcase and share their ideas and connect with resources and partners. On June 15th some of the best applications in development in the US and Canada were showcased.

Working with the Canadian Consulate General, DrinkerBiddle, Object Frontier, and Verizon the NJTC presented two panels: Application Trends, moderated by Ian Goldstein, partner, DrinkerBiddle and Paid vs Free Apps – How to Grow Your App into Real Business, moderated by Tom McWilliams, partner, DrinkerBiddle. The event also included a Mobile Application Showcase where RIM and selected developers made presentations on their applications.

Application Trends panelists include: Ian Goldstein, Partner, DrinkerBiddle; Shoshana Loeb, Chief Scientist/Executive Director, Telcordia Technologies; Rich Napoli, COO, Object Frontier; Jason Serotta, Manager - Verizon Developer; Community, Verizon Wireless; Lindsy Henderson, NEA Sales, Research in Motion; Arlene Setacci, Carrier Sales Manager, Research in Motion


Categories: NJTC News, Telecommunications/Media Industry Network

Author:NJ Tech Council

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