Cross Platform Mobile Applications: How LinkedIn Does It

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Development of almost any software has some aspect of Design, Implementation, Testing and Deployment. When working on mobile software, the differences in platforms make it a bit more difficult to navigate these stages of product development. In this talk, I’ll go over some strategies I have learned building mobile platforms (PalmOS, WebOS), mobile devices(Treo, Pre) and now mobile applications(LinkedIn) to help you understand some of the nuances of mobile product development. At the end, you should have a clear model for how to approach cross platform mobile Design, Implementation, Testing and Deployment and learn how LinkedIn navigates the cross platform mobile world.

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Kiran Prasad


Focused on investigating, innovating, designing and executing solutions to make it easier for people to communicate. Mobile Computing in particular is something that is of growing importance in our social culture and my goal is to build devices, software and services to help deliver solutions that make peoples lives more efficient and more enjoyable. In a nutshell, I would define myself as a product innovator and designer.

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Kiran Prasad
10/12/2011 5:41am PDT

You can find it here on slideshare:

April Johnson
10/12/2011 3:33am PDT

Can you post your slides? I found your session very informative. Thanks.

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