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New Networks, New Usability and Low cost devices:The Mobile Web Explosion

Open Mobile Exchange
Location: F150/151 Level: Novice
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 3 ratings)

More often than not FOSS software is used to create code for commercial projects. Gaining recognition as a ground breaking and eye opening analyst, Jason talks about the new explosion of opportunity in the “Mobile Web” and how FOSS advocates out here can help to support and profit from them new boom.

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Jason Grigsby

Cloud Four

Jason Grigsby is co-founder and web strategist for Cloud Four (http://www.cloudfour.com). Jason has been online since the 5th grade. at one point he could whistle at the exact pitch of a 1200 baud modem so that it would stop squelching when the phone rang. It was either develop this skill or his mother would ungraciously unplug the computer.

Jason built his first web page in 1995. He has spent the last 11 years building web sites professionally before being bitten by the mobile bug prompting him to throw caution to the wind and start a new company focused on mobile and web development. He blogs both at http://cloudfour.com/blog and his personal site http://userfirstweb.com/.

OSCON 2008