Mobile in Boston
23 Mar 2006
Mobile Monday Boston is happy to announce the first meeting on April 3rd 2006 at 7PM. The topic of the first meeting is Mobile UI. The meeting is free and open to anyone interested in mobile technologies.
What: Mobile UI
When: Monday April 3rd 2006, 7-8:30pm
Where: MIT Sloan School. Building E51, Room 376, 70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge (entrance at Amherst and Wadsworth Streets near Kendall Square).
Map for Building:
Directions to the Building/Room: From the Kendall Square Subway Stop, exit the Red Line at the east (river) end of the platform. Walk towards the river and make a right on Wadsworth Street (Fidelity Investments on corner). Walk one block to Amherst Street. Building E51 will be on the corner facing you. Walk through the lobby of E51 and up the stairs and bear to your right. Take the stairs or elevator to the 3rd floor. At the top of the stairs, make a right and walk to the end of the hall. Make another right, and room 376 is around the corner, opposite a set of windows facing the river.
Who: Anyone interested in mobility
Franklin is passionate about enabling people to find information and services, aiming to create “Addictive Mobile Browsing”–make mobile access to the Web so interesting, easy, and valuable that people will use it all the time. He has a masters in software engineering and 25 years experience in the software industry.
James Talbot: James has been with Adobe (formerly Macromedia) for over six years, on both the sales engineering and training teams, and has most recently been working with Flex and Flash Lite. He has traveled extensively throughout the world promoting Adobe products and certifying Adobe instructors as well as speaking at conferences. He has written Object Oriented ActionScript 2.0 published by New Riders Press and is currently working on a book about Flex Builder and ActionScript 3 to be published in May. James has been an integral team member on high profile Rich Internet Application consulting assignments for companies such as AOL/Time Warner, JP Morgan and TV Guide.
James is actively involved in the Adobe worldwide instructor and developer community, and contributes to developer certification exams as well as organizing and speaking at user groups. James is passionate about Flash on devices as well as rich internet applications and believes both technologies will change the world for the better.