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Devnexus 2015 - Enabling the Next Generation of Native Apps with IBM MobileFirst by Andrew Trice

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Devnexus 2015 - Enabling the Next Generation of Native Apps with IBM MobileFirst by Andrew Trice

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Once your app goes live in the app store you will have just entered into an iterative cycle of updates, improvements, and releases. Each successively building on features (and defects) from previous versions. IBM MobileFirst Foundation gives you the tools you need to manage every aspect of this cycle, so you can deliver the best possible product to your end user. In this session, we’ll cover the process of integrating a native iOS application with IBM MobileFirst Foundation to leverage all of the capabilities the platform has to offer. If you’ve heard about that Apple & IBM partnership, you’ll want to attend this session to learn how it all works.

Andrew Trice is a MobileFirst Developer Advocate with IBM. Andrew is an experienced software architect, team leader, accomplished speaker, and published author who possesses more than a decade of designing and implementing rich applications for the web, desktop, and mobile devices. Andrew has delivered customer solutions in realtime data systems, GIS, immersive experiences, rich media, and data visualization.

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