Speaking Engagements in 2008


Date/Location :

Jan 16-18, 2008, Vancouver, Canada

Conference :

Pacific Northwest Wireless Summit

Abstract :

Moderator - Gaining broader access to world-wide markets

Panelist - Mobile Trends, Insights, Underserved Vertical Markets

Presenter - Understand Mobile Asia


Date/Location :

Mar 31, 2008, Las Vegas, USA

Conference :

Mobile JAM Session, CTIA

Abstract :

Improv Session – Open Source in Handsets


Date/Location :

May 14, 2008, Bangalore, India

Conference :

Motodev Summit

Abstract :

Technology Trends Driving Mobile Application Innovation


In this session, a panel of market development experts offers their insights into the latest technology trends and the associated opportunities they present for mobile application developers. We will also discuss Motorola's platforms strategy for mobile applications and present exciting innovative mobile applications.

Porting Applications for Motorola Handsets across Different Markets

Motorola creates quality handsets for markets around the world, using a variety of operating systems and application platforms. This session will help you create applications that run across handset models and markets, and tell you what to be aware of when porting your application to different carriers.

Open Source, Motorola and You

Open-source development is enabling a new generation of mobile innovation. This session will describe Motorola's participation in the open-source community, our future plans and how developers can get involved. There will be a brief overview of opensource.motorola.com, as well as information on other open-source projects in which Motorola is participating. Additionally, there will be a discussion of how members of the community can begin to partner with Motorola on future open-source efforts.


Date/Location :

Sep 10, 2008, San Francisco, USA

Conference :

Location 2.0 Summit

Abstract :

Consumer Panel: Location and the Wireless Ecosystem

Photographs


Date/Location :

Sep 12, 2008, San Francisco, USA

Conference :

Mobile JAM Session, CTIA IT

Abstract :

Improv Session, Its all about the Phone !


Date/Location :

Sep 17-18, 2008, Berlin, Germany

Conference :

Open Source In Mobile

Abstract :

Uncovering the Changing Face of the Developer

How to engage the modern developer

The new generation of developers being brought up 'The Open Source Way' Understanding what appeals
Removing the developer stereotype
How the modern developer can contribute to the bottom line


Date/Location :

Oct 21-22, 2008, London, UK

Conference :

Symbian SmartPhone Show 2008

Abstract :

Moving from Innovation to Market: Top 10 Tips for Mobile Application Development

Description of the growing mobile developer ecosystem
Importance of business and technological advancements in the mobile application developer process
Top 10 tips for mobile application development


Date/Location :

Oct 29-30, 2008, San Diego, USA

Conference :

Handsets Forum USA 2008

Abstract :

Why is Software Flexibility so Vital to the Development of Forthcoming Handset Devices?

Fulfilling consumer expectations on software flexibility and compatibility Ensuring adaptation post manufacture
Why is software flexibility particularly important to mass market phones?
Industry Benefits: Reducing Time to Market
Developer Benefits: The importance of tool familiarisation
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Panel Discussion - Ban Open Source! What About Everyone Else?
How important is Open Source to the modern day handsets industry?
What are the consequences of the rise of Android and LiMo to the industry as a whole?
Can Open and Proprietary work together?
Should the consumer care if it's open or closed?


Date/Location :

Dec 08, 2008, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Conference :

Motodev Summit

Abstract :

Technology Trends Driving Mobile Application Innovation

In this session, a panel of market development experts offers their insights into the latest technology trends and the associated opportunities they present for mobile application developers. We will also discuss Motorola's platforms strategy for mobile applications and present exciting innovative mobile applications.

Porting Applications for Motorola Handsets across Different Markets

Motorola creates quality handsets for markets around the world, using a variety of operating systems and application platforms. This session will help you create applications that run across handset models and markets, and tell you what to be aware of when porting your application to different carriers.

Open Source, Motorola and You

Open-source development is enabling a new generation of mobile innovation. This session will describe Motorola's participation in the open-source community, our future plans and how developers can get involved. There will be a brief overview of opensource.motorola.com, as well as information on other open-source projects in which Motorola is participating. Additionally, there will be a discussion of how members of the community can begin to partner with Motorola on future open-source efforts.