By: Jonathan Engelsma On: January 28, 2010 In: Blog, Events Comments: 0
iPhone development using xCode.

iPhone development using xCode.

It’s likely not a day goes by when you don’t hear about some new cool mobile application that just got launched.  What you likely haven’t heard much about was the “behind the scenes” story.  For example, how does one go about writing such an app, what tools are needed, what kind of hurdles are involved in deploying in the app stores, and how does it feel to have hundreds of thousands of people using your app?  At our next MASL meetup, student researchers (and veteran mobile developers) Greg Zavitz and Alejo Montoya will share their first hand experiences creating and deploying mobile applications for the  Blackberry and iPhone platforms, respectively.

The meeting will be held Tuesday (February 2) at 4pm-5pm in D2-168 Mackinac Hall, and is open to anyone in the GVSU community who is interested in mobile technology.

Download Alejo Montoya’s Introduction to iPhone Development slides here.

Be sure to mark you calendars for these upcoming MASL Meetups:

  • February 16, Exploring Google App Engine, Presenter: Dr. Christian Trefftz.
  • March 2, Ruby on Rails, Presenter: Zach Moazeni, elevatorup.
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Jonathan Engelsma leads the GVSU Mobile Applications and Services Lab. He is currently an Associate Professor in GVSU’s School of Computing. His research interests are in distributed and pervasive computing with a focus on mobile applications and services. Dr. Engelsma earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Michigan State University in 1993. He has over two decades of industry experience, including 16 years in various research and development positions with Motorola.

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