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MoMo Chicago – June 18th – Mobile Commerce

Mobile Commerce, also known as M-Commerce or mCommerce, is the ability to conduct commerce using a mobile device, such as a mobile phone, a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), a smartphone, or other emerging mobile equipment.

Mobile commerce was born in 1997 when the first two mobile-phone enabled Coca Cola vending machines were installed in the Helsinki area in Finland. The machines accepted payment via SMS text messages. The first mobile phone-based banking service was launched in 1997 by Merita Bank of Finland, also using SMS.

Presentations
o Kayhan Ahmadi – LevelUp Chicago Crew Chief
o Lily B. Cole-Chu – LevelUp City Marketing Specialist

Panel
o Michelle Garcia – Owner, The Bleeding Heart Bakery
o LevelUp is a better way to pay. But it’s more than just that. LevelUp is an entirely new way for local businesses & consumers to connect. LevelUp is the nation’s 2nd largest pay phone app.

Date: Monday, June 18 from 6:00 PM
Location: Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, 200 East Randolph Street #2200, Chicago
Register: http://www.meetup.com/momo-chicago/events/64473762/

For more information or questions regarding this Meetup, contact: Todor Krecu tkrecu(@)gmail.com

MoMo Chicago – May 14th – IP for Mobile App Developers

We’re excited to be holding our May MoMo Chi meeting in the brand new 1871 space! This month, Aric Jacover of Jacover Law will present on the following subject:

What Every Mobile App Developer Needs To Know About Intellectual Property
(How To Protect and Use IP To Maximize Profits and Reduce Risk)

Aric will discuss the life of a mobile app — from development to marketing to sales — while focusing his talk on the various IP issues that can arise along the way and how to best handle them.

Other elements of his talk will include:

- Distinguishing between the various forms of IP found in mobile apps, such as trademarks, copyrights, patents, trade secrets and publicity rights.

- Safely making use of third-party IP in your app (e.g. software code, music, photos, videos, icons, etc)

- Making sure the IP you developed is owned and protected from unauthorized use.

- Suggestions on handling, storing and rendering user-generated content through your app.

- Tips and best practices for EULAs (End User Licensing Agreement) and Privacy Policies

WHERE: 1871 > 222 W. Merchandise Mart Plaza, 12th Floor, Chicago, IL 60654

WHO: MoMo Chicago – Register Here

WHAT: Presentation, Q&A, discussion and networking.

MoMo Chicago – April 23rd – NFC with Intersog

In our planning meeting last December, NFC was the number #1 requested topic. So by popular demand, here it is!

In case you are wondering, here is the WikiPedia definition “Near field communication (NFC) is a set of standards for smartphones and similar devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching them together or bringing them into close proximity, usually no more than a few centimeters.”

Monday, April 23, 2012, 5:30 PM
Morningstar
22 West Washington Street
7th Floor
Chicago, IL

About the speaker -

Igor Fedulov, the CEO of Intersog will be talking about NFC. Igor has built a reputation as a tech industry innovator on the technical and business fronts alike. Throughout his fifteen year career, Igor has balanced his technical roots and executive acumen with top-level involvement in high-profile projects for Volkswagen AG, Orbitz, and American Airlines. Throughout this time he never lost the energetic mind-set of a tech entrepreneur, a passion that led Igor to head a number of successful technical ventures before his ultimate appointment as the CEO of INTERSOG – a software/mobile application development company based in Chicago. Igor holds an undergraduate degree in computer science and an MBA from the esteemed Steinbeis-Hochschule University in Berlin. A lover of everything outdoors, when he’s out of the office Igor can likely be found strapped to a snowboard in the Rockies.

MoMo Chicago – March 19th – Nokia CES Redux

For those that didn’t get to CES this year, MoMo Chi is bringing the best of CES directly to you. Nokia – winner of the Best Smartphone of CES with its Lumia 900 – sponsors this month’s event. Get hands-on time with Nokia’s newest Window’s Phone devices. Hear plans for the US market and Nokia’s new focus on apps and developers, including seeding thousands of devices to developers, access to tools, support and training.

Join Mobile Monday and Nokia executives: “We want developer’s to unleash their creative force and build an experience  – not just an app -  to bring smartphones to life for brands and consumers,” said Chanse Arrington, Nokia’s Head of Developer Marketing – North America

WHERE: TBD – See Original Event Listing Here for Update Details

WHO: MoMo Chicago & Nokia

WHAT: Candid conversation with Nokia executives and their strategy for developers, WP7, & the US market.  Demos of Lumia 900 and other devices. Giveaways, open bar and appetizers.

MoMo Chicago – Feb. 21st – iTest my Code

This month we are brining you a preview of CocoaConf with Eric’s talk on testing iOS applications. We will also be giving a lucky person a FREE CONFERENCE PASS.

Please note the meetup is on Tuesday instead of Monday.

Topic:

Testing your applications is important! Writing good tests is just as important! This talk will be divided into two main parts. The first part will cover exactly what goes into a good test. The second part will cover the basics of two testing frameworks, OCDSpec and Objective C Slim. Objective C Slim is an acceptance testing framework, and for those of you familiar with Ruby and Rails, OCDSpec is a unit testing framework with syntax inspired by Jasmine and RSpec. At the end of this talk, you should have no problem testing all of your future iOS applications.

About the speaker:

Eric Meyer Eric Meyer is a software craftsman at 8th Light, where he has been programming primarily in Ruby and Objective C. Eric began his career at Object Mentor, where he was first introduced to Test Driven Development and Agile methodologies. In the past, Eric has developed applications for the iPhone and iPad using Objective C and porting a version of Slim to Objective C, released an application to the App Store and made contributions to OCDSpec, an open source unit testing framework for the iPhone. He has spoken about iPhone development at Agile 2009 Conference and SD West.

MoMo Chicago – Sept. 26th – Find the Right Mobile Approach

How to innovate in a disruptive mobile market from an incumbent Ecommerce position: lessons for both startups and established enterprises.

Orbitz first launched a mobile site in the Spring of 2007 and continued the next few years focusing on providing timely and helpful information for travelers. Fast-forward to 2010, it brought the ability to book travel (flights, hotels, and car rentals) through its mobile website and followed up with launches of apps for iPhone/Android later that year, as well as an app for iPad in July 2011. It also launched similar offerings globally under different brands. Throughout this time, the company has dealt with issues surrounding how to successfully tap the opportunity of this emerging growth channel while maintaining a competitive footing in its current business: online travel.

Do you have questions on whether to execute with in-house development resources or outsourcing partners? How to find/keep mobile talent as well as how to organize them to develop and launch new products? How to build features that span online and mobile channels? How to square a mobile channel within an online brand? Using his 5+ years of experience at Orbitz, Chris Brown, VP of Product Strategy will discuss the strategies and tactics that large, consumer-facing Ecommerce enterprises can take in order to craft and deliver successful mobile websites and applications. More Details and Registration Here.

MoMo Chicago – 29 August – Nokia App Demos & Networking

Join MoMo Chicago & Nokia for a night of app demos, tech talk, open bar & appetizers


Our friends from Nokia are hosting this networking mixer and app demo at the classy Bin 36!  We will have the opportunity to meet with Dave Bost -Developer Evangelist, from Microsoft who will be doing a presentation on Mango App Development and a Nokia representative talking about upcoming programs and training.

When: Monday, August 29, 2011, 6:00 PM
Where: Bin 36 - 339 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL
What:  Talk with Nokia and Microsoft reps, see demos, network, open bar & appetizers

Advance Registration Here – If you would like to demo an app, please contact Sheena Chandok

MoMo Chicago – July 18th – What can Android do that iPhone Can’t?

Monday, July 18, 2011, 6:00 PM – Register Here

Vibes Media 300 West Adams Street, 7th Floor Chicago, IL

Speaker:

Joe Nedumgottil has spent most of his career in business and technology consulting.  As a manager at Pariveda, Joe works with our clients to manage towards better, more cost-effective IT results.  Joe has experience across a number of technical disciplines including custom development, mobile development, business process management, business intelligence, portals, project management and application support. Joe graduated from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign with a B.S. in General Engineering.

Joe’s a big fan of Android!  He thinks that the platform is great, and developers are not taking full advantage of Android OS capabilities. In his presentation, Joe will demonstrate some of the capabilities in Android that are not in iOS, and how developers can leverage these to make unique and more compelling  apps for their users.

MoMo Chicago June 20th WWDC Meetup

Apple Worldwide Developer Conference Roundup

Daniel Slowinski of the Nerdery (http://www.nerdery.com) will be providing the details on iOS 5 and the new launches from WWDC ‘11.

Monday, June 20, 2011 – 6:00 PM

NAVTEQ – 425 West Randolph Street Chicago, IL

About Daniel Slowinski

I graduated from the University of Illinois in 2009 with a BS in Computer Engineering. I started my career with Motorola in Schaumburg working on proof-of-concept and low-volume specialty products for the government and private industry. After taking up an interest in iOS development, I left Motorola and joined the Nerdery to fulfill a growing desire to develop mobile applications. I have attended WWDC in 2006 and 2007 and have been an avid Mac fanboy since my first iMac in 2001. I have an interest in all of the latest technologies (but not an expert in all of them) and have as much a passion for software as I do for hardware.

MoMo Chicago May 23rd Mobile Retail

How are retailers using mobile technologies to drive shoppers in store – and to spend more once they are there? We’ll discuss several retailers’ innovative tactics, some of the key challenges slowing mobile adoption, and how to score a few quick wins. Register Here

Monday, May 23, 2011 at 6:00 PM — 22 West Washington Street Chicago, IL

About Nick Fotis

Nick Fotis serves as Digital Strategy Manager at Arc Worldwide, the marketing services arm of Leo Burnett. He helps brands understand how their audience engages with mobile devices, how to leverage mobile to reach business goals, and how to develop winning mobile products. Arc’s clients include Purina, P&G, Whirlpool, Allstate, and Sealy.

Prior to Arc, Nick managed mobile at Cars.com, including a highly successful iPhone application and several redesigns of the mobile website. Nick has spoken at events including the Web 2.0 Expo and the Shopper Marketing Summit. He earned his MBA from DePaul University and is a proud graduate of Penn State.

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