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The Doctor Is In: "Wearables" Office Hours with Chris Beauchamp

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The Doctor Is In: "Wearables" Office Hours with Chris Beauchamp

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Developing mobile apps is a critical endeavor that spans all industries. Today, more and more businesses are moving beyond phones and tablets and getting “watch” ready to accelerate beyond their competition. This evolving mobile landscape means devs have a lot to talk about!

Rather than letting us stew in our own silos, Crittercism Dev Evangelist Chris Beauchamp decided to talk shop with a group of fellow developers to suss out some proven tricks and techniques for coding mobile. So he set up his own conversation space, in a Google Hangout, of course.

Every other week, Chris will host Office Hours, which are decidedly not a webinar or lecture. Instead, Office Hours sessions are a gathering place for in-depth mobile-dev conversation, round table discussion, and featuring the opinions and insights of peers to help you through tough, app-coding puzzles. And Chris will facilitate conversation on pressing issues that affect all mobile devs.

The next Office Hours will be on Wednesday, July 8 at 3pm PST on the topic of Wearables.

The agenda is loose, Diet Coke and headphones are optional (but recommended). Bring your Apple Watch and Android Wear related questions and comments – and of course, anything else mobile dev-related on your mind.

>>Register Here!

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