MeetUp at UC Berkeley ("Other People's Code) - Opensource and Coding

Topic: Other People’s Code | Best Practices +

Developing apps from scratch is often unrealistic and finding other
people’s code to integrate into your application can often be much
more time effective.
We have an all star lineup of speakers from UC Berkeley, Citrix
Online, and Mobile Developer Solutions to explain best practices,
implementations, and how to approach solution based engineering in a
quick, accurate, and quality manner.

Refreshments will be served compliments of UC Berkeley IST and Citrix
Online that will include appetizers, adult beverages, and light

The event location is close to the downtown Berkeley BART Station.
Location: UC Berkeley 2195 Hearst Ave. Room 101A, Berkeley, CA
Date: Thursday, November 10, 2011, 6:30 PM

JR Schulden of UC Berkeley will be speaking on best practices when
utilizing code from sources other than yourself.

Citrix Online will be announcing a speaker and topic soon.

Paul Beursterien of Mobile Developer Solutions
Paul will be speaking on how Mobile Developer Solutions was created
adding functionality from applications already existing.

Paul Beusterien is the Principal at Mobile Developer Solutions.
In 2010, MDS released the AppLaud Eclipse plugin that enables easy web
application programming for Android. Web app project creation and
configuration with PhoneGap, jQuery Mobile and Sencha Touch takes only
a few clicks.

MDS recently released AppLaud Cloud, a cloud-based Android IDE to
provide Android developers an easy-to-use, rich development experience
without any SDK downloads.

Before MDS, Paul led development tools for Wind River Systems and
Symbian Foundation.

Paul has spoken about mobile development topics at Android Dev Camp,
Mobile 2.0 Developer Day, Eclipse Day at Googleplex, OSCON, and
several bay area meetups.
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