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Presentation: "Going Universal: iPad Lessons Learned at ING Mobile"

Track: Designing & Coding For Tablets / Time: Friday 11:30 - 12:20 / Location: Keurzaal

One month before we went live with the ING Mobile Banking app, the management team told us that we also had to support the iPad. After shouting "can't be done!" a few times, we got some extra developers and went to do it anyway. We did get it done in time but along the way we ran into lots of problems, took a lot of wrong turns, produced some unwieldy legacy code, and generally made life hard for our future selves. This talk will show you what we did right, what we did wrong, and what we did to fix it.

Keywords: iOS, iPhone, iPad, Development, Lessons Learned
Target Audience: Developers familiar with the the basics of the iOS platform who are curious about what it takes to turn an iPhone app into a universal app with iPad-specific features.

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Age Mooij, Founder of Dutch Scala Enthusiasts & co-organizer for NoSQL-NL meetup

Age Mooij

Biography: Age Mooij

Age is a very experienced software developer/architect who works for Xebia in the Netherlands. He is passionate about software design, high quality code, innovation, and new technology. He knows the Java platform and language inside and out but recently he decided to branch out and he now prefers coding in either Scala and Objective-C. He has created several iOS applications, most recently the Mobile Banking app for ING. He has also worked with lots of NoSQL technologies, most recently with Hadoop MapReduce, HBase, Redis, Neo4j, and MongoDB.

Within Xebia Software Development, Age is responsible for innovation, craftsmanship, and knowledge sharing, both internal and external. He is also the founder of the Dutch Scala Enthusiasts user group and co-organizer for the NoSQL-NL meetup.

Twitter: @agemooij

Andrew Snare, Cryptography, Security & Usability Expert

Andrew Snare

Biography: Andrew Snare

Andrew Snare is a developer with Xebia Netherlands and has more than 10 years of experience designing and developing commercial applications in Objective-C, C, C++ and Java. Having a passion for programming ever since he entered his first AppleSoft program on a homemade Apple ][, Andrew has spent the last few years mixing mobile development with a life-long interest in cryptography, security and usability.

Twitter: @asnare