Manage Mobile Application Development and Resolve Device Fragmentation Issues
Join devCentral, the AT&T Developer Program, for this free webcast to learn about how easy it is to manage mobile application development and resolve the issues of device fragmentation using standard IDE's. Take a closer look at multiplatform deployment issues and solutions to handle them efficiently.
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Who Should Attend:
Developers and IT managers responsible for developing and deploying communications-based mobile applications who want to better understand how to reach broader markets and tackle multi-platform deployment.
Tuesday, July 28, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific Time
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Join us and discover some of the technical and economic challenges developers face when "going mobile" on a global basis. Developers will learn about Parametric Development, a software development philosophy that enables programmers to manage mobile projects that easily scale from simple application deployment to complex, global deployments. Mobile applications have the need to cover multiple geographies on multiple platforms encompassing multiple device form factors, not only from the time of launch, but months later when new devices hit the market, or new distribution channels open up. Parametric Development ensures your mobile apps will run whenever and wherever they need to.
In this session, we will show you:
Eric Lemaréchal, COO, Mobile Distillery
Eric has 20 years of international experience in operations management in the software industry with a focus on Media, Publishing, Broadcast, Internet, and Mobile markets.
Before cofounding Mobile Distillery, Eric served as Senior Director at Autodesk Inc., heading the Media operation in EMEA for seven years. He led business development for Enterprise Software/Hardware Solutions for the Media and Entertainment markets. Before joining Autodesk in 1996, Eric spent two years with Triple-I/Autologic Inc., an enterprise publishing automation software and solutions company. Lemaréchal previously worked five years at Diadem SA, a high- growth French technology start-up, where he headed up Product Marketing and Business Development.
Eric has a degree from the ENSAD, the University of Communication and Advertising Design, Paris. He has also completed an executive program at the HEC School of Economics.
Razmig Sarkissian, CTO, Mobile Distillery
Razmig Sarkissian is Chief Technical Officer, responsible for Mobile Distillery's software solutions—Celsius and Alembic. He leads the team toward mobile technical expertise and manages the company's technical partnerships.
As one of Mobile Distillery's first employees, he created the company's industry-leading proprietary testing tools. He also managed the Mobile Distillery device integration team and then moved to the R&D division where he conducted several API Integration projects before taking charge of the R&D team.
Razmig has a Software Engineering degree from the Ecole Centrale d'Electronique (ECE) of Paris, with a Master's Degree in Information Technology.