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MoMo Richmond – March 11th – Case Studies in Mobile Strategy

Join us for the next MoMo Richmond where we’ll examine Case Studies in Mobile Strategy.

We will host Brian Patterson, Vice President of Business Development at Drop in Media as well as Phillip Gravely, Director of web and editorial strategy and Matthew Levy, User Interface Manager from the University of Richmond.

Brian will discuss the use of enriched mobile web headers and partnerships with mobile carries to facilitate marketing efforts for March Madness Promotions on the MMS alert platform.

Phillip and Matthew will discuss the use of Content as a Service, Decision-making approaches for large-scale mobile projects, the inherent challenges of higher ed web, and cross-platform app development solutions, using the University of Richmond app and website as a case study, we will discuss.

We hope to see you all there!

MoMo Richmond – Jan. 14th – Windows 8 for Mobile

Tev Sanders from Microsoft will lead a discussion of Windows 8 for the mobile device as well as application development for Windows 8 mobile. Details & Registration Here.

Tev has asked us to solicit questions from the group prior to our meet up, so please send in any questions or topics you’d like to hear covered related to Windows 8 in the mobile space.  We’ll collect questions until January 4th for discussion at our next meetup on January 14th.

Thanks so much for participating in Mobile Monday and have a wonderful holiday season!

MoMo Richmond – Oct. 1st – Responsive Design Concepts

Come join us on October 1st to hear Wren Lanier, Sr. Interactive Designer at Capital One, and Chris Seamon, Sr. Engineer at ICF-Ironworks talk about concepts related to Responsive Design. Topics that will be covered include:

Information Architecture
Interface Design
Practical Implementation
Technical Concepts

Agenda:

5:30pm – 6:00pm Networking
6:00pm – 6:45pm Interactive Presentation / Q&A
6:45pm – 7:30pm Technical Presentation / Q&A

MoMo Richmond – May 21st – Native App Development Nuances

photoMobile Monday Richmond

Come join us on May 21st to hear Derek Neely, Partner at V4 Development and Mobile Application Architect at Blue Shoe Mobile, talk about the nuances of developing native applications for iOS and Android. Topics that will be covered include:

File/Project Structure
Interface Design
Memory Management
JSON Handling
Adapters/Listeners vs. Datasources/Delegates
Asynchronous Web Requests
Core Data/SQLiteOpenHelper(CRUDS) and Resource/PLIST files

Agenda:

5:30pm - 6:00pm Networking
6:00pm - 7:00pm Presentation / Q&A
7:00pm - 7:30pm Networking

Glen Allen, VA 23060 - USA

Monday, May 21 at 5:30 PM

Details: http://www.richmondmomo.com/events/64373562/

MoMo Richmond – April 2nd – Patents and Patent Litigation

Our next Mobile Monday event will focus on patents and patent litigation. Our presenters will be David Finkelson and Patrick Darno with the law firm of McGuireWoods. Topics that will be covered are:

* What should a technology company look out for regarding patent protection?
* What steps should a firm take if they are approached by a non-practicing entity more commonly known as a patent troll?
* What opportunities and / or defensive actions do non-practicing entities present the industry?
* Where does filling for a patent fit into the technology development cycle?
* How does the patent process work – how to maximize the protection?
* An overview of high profile technology/mobile patent suits in the news?
* Is there a trend of IP ownership consolidation in the industry – If so, what are the implications?

Agenda:
5:30pm – 6:00pm Networking
6:00pm – 7:00pm Presentation
7:00pm – 7:30pm Networking

Ironworks Headquarters
10900 Nuckols Road, Suite 400
Glen Allen, VA
Please Register in Advance Here

Mobile Monday Richmond December 5th Meetup

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The next Richmond Mobile Monday event on December 5th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm will feature two speakers:

Cherian Abraham, Director of Mobile - Strategy & Products at Data Concepts, a Richmond based Technology Consulting firm and Principal Analyst and Co-Founder at DROP LABS, a mobile commerce think tank will present "2012 - The Year of the Mobile Wallet?".

With market penetration for smartphones expected to reach 43% in US by end of 2011, it is inevitable that the payment form factor will shift to mobile from plastic eventually. The opportunities created as a result of significant shifts in customer behavior brought on by smartphone ubiquity is expected to create a $1.3 Trillion local commerce market and numerous opportunities to re-invent today's clunky retail checkout experience. Closing the loop by enabling retail merchants to track offer redemptions, loyalty points, check-ins, and payments in their Point-Of-Sale systems was always the holy grail in local commerce. To answer that call, over 70 mobile commerce initiatives mushroom the landscape today, from stakeholders that include entrenched financial institutions as well as disruptive startups that attempt to create the best value proposition and ultimately own the customer. However this crowded field is also indicative of a fragmented ecosystem and conflicting schools of thought on how to close the loop for merchants. And whoever emerges as the market leader also has to shoulder the responsibility in facilitating an open standard that will allow both startups and existing stakeholders to continually innovate and thrive.

Edwin Huertas, President/CEO at SHOCKOE.com, a Richmond-based mobile and web application development company will present "Developing Cross Platform Native Apps with Titanium".

A general overview about Appcelerator's mobile development platform: Titanium and how Web developers can start developing mobile apps for iPhone and Android with their current knowledge and skills.

 

Agenda:

5:30 - 6:00: Networking

6:00 - 6:30: 2012 - The Year of the Mobile Wallet?

6:30 - 7:00: Developing Cross Platform Native Apps with Titanium

7:00 - 7:30: Networking

Glen Allen, VA 23060 - USA

Monday, December 5 at 5:30 PM

Attending: 26

Details: http://www.richmondmomo.com/events/41584302/

MoMo Richmond – Sept. 26 – MeetUp!

The next Richmond Mobile Monday event on September 26th from 5:30pm to 7:00pm will feature two speakers:

Garrett Ross from Richmond-based Mobelux will present “Beyond your mobile phone.” Lessons and insights from developing mobile apps that interact with hardware. We’ll discuss how mobile software is changing the way that you live your life through how you interact with your surroundings. We’ll also share some stories from what it is like to work with one of the most successful audio electronics companies in the world and the impact that mobile software is having on them and their products.

Brian Fell from Ironworks Consulting will present “HTML5 – what it is, when and how to use it (now).” This will be a discussion of key features of the HTML5 standard which, when broadly defined, includes enhancements to the markup language, JavaScript APIs and cascading style sheets (CSS3). In addition to describing HTML5, we will also discuss how it can be used in mobile and desktop web sites now – taking into account its lack of support in older browsers.

After the presentations, we will have a networking session where light refreshments will be served.

Monday, September 26, 2011, 5:30 pm – Please Register Here

Ironworks Headquarters
10900 Nuckols Road, Glen Allen, VA
Ironworks is on the 4th floor of the building, we’ll meet in the Ironworks lobby and head into the main conference room for the presentations.

MoMo Richmond June 27th B2B/B2C Mobile Messaging for Smarties

Thriving within the midst of all the buzz and hype entailing mobile app stores, scannable QR codes and augmented reality, is a mobile communication channel so deceptively simple that its tremendous benefits to virtually any type and size of organization are too often underutilized. Yet, text messaging trumps all other forms of digital communications in use, attentiveness, response and focus.

Jim Washok, Co-Founder and Chief Texter of OTAir mobile messaging, will guide an exploration of the numerous marketing and operational messaging uses and benefits of SMS by both B2B and B2C oriented entities. You are not in for a boring, high level overview. Rather, the discussion will move fast and be very detailed and technical. It’s not for dummies, but for smarties. More specifically, the Monday, June 27, 2011, meeting of Richmond Mobile Monday will address:

  • 3 primary communication issues challenging to every organization
  • a comparison of mobile solutions in addressing communication issues
  • 3 awesome mobile solutions for optimal communications
  • 6 powerful mobile messaging implementation options
  • 15 brief examples / use cases of successful mobile messaging
  • how developers can easily mobilize software & web sites with messaging
  • tips for integrating mobile messaging with other mobile / social channels

Monday, June 27, 2011 – 5:30 PM

Ironworks Headquarters – 10900 Nuckols Road Glen Allen, VA

Register in Advance Here

MoMo Richmond Mobile in 2011 – Panel Discussion

Join us for the upcoming Richmond Mobile Monday Meetup: Mobile in 2011 - Panel Discussion

WHEN: Monday, February 7th from 5:30pm – 7:00pm

WHERE: Ironworks Headquarters (10900 Nuckols Road, Suite 400)

WHAT: Leading the panel discussion will be moderator, Butch Sarma, Senior Marketing Director at Media General, Inc., Digital Media division (owner of Richmond Times-Dispatch and 200+ media properties). The panel will have a forward looking discussion about mobile trends developing in 2011 and into 2012 including: the mobile web, mobile applicatio......ns, SMS and mobile marketing. This will be an open forum and audience questions will be encouraged throughout the discussion.

Panelists include:

• Jim Williams, Director of Information Architecture at The Martin Agency

• Casey Liss, Tech Lead at Ironworks Consulting

• Joel Erb, President of INM United

• Jim Washok, Co-Founder and CEO of OTAir

The panel discussion will be followed by a networking session. Drinks and light refreshments will be served.

COST: The event is free to the public.

REGISTER NOW:

http://www.meetup.com/Mobile-Monday-Richmond/calendar/16079629/

If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail contactiwx@ironworks.com

December Richmond Mobile Monday Meetup

A Discussion and Demonstration of Locally-Developed Mobile Applications

Announcing the next Richmond Mobile Monday Meetup!

Please join LucyPhone and Ironworks in a discussion about real-world use of mobile 

    technology and the submission process to Apple and Google.

WHEN: Monday, December 6th from 5:30pm – 7:00pm

WHERE: Ironworks Headquarters (10900 Nuckols Road, Suite 400)

WHAT: The event will start with some demonstrations of locally developed 

    mobile applications from two different Richmond-based organizations:

  • LucyPhone - Tom Oristian, Co-Founder of LucyPhone, will present their iPhone app that waits on hold so you don’t have to when calling into call centers with long wait times.
  • Ironworks – Chris Stewart, Senior Developer at Ironworks, will present an introduction to Android (market trends, Android's vision, etc.) and a high level overview of Android development (requirements, technologies, how to get up to speed), as well as his own experience having built, deployed, and supported 4 applications in the Android Market.

    The mobile application demos will be followed by a Q&A session and then the opportunity to network over drinks and snacks.

COST: The event is free to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail Jen Moody (jmoody@ironworks.com)

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