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Presentation: "Design Patterns for Mobile Applications"

Track: Mobile / Time: Wednesday 13:20 - 14:10 / Location: Veilingzaal

Mobile Apps are the new hotness. However, when it comes to building mobile apps, the new hotness can learn from some of the old skool design patterns made popular by the book Design Patterns by the Gang of Four. Many of the original design patterns introduced in this book are extremely useful in today's network centric world. Classic Design Patterns can quickly solve problems using tried and proven techniques. However, technologies and other demands on our applications have changed, and new design patterns will emerge, many building on the old. Issues such as multi-core development, application security, peer to peer and app to app communications have introduced new problems for mobile application development, and we can gain insight for common, durable and robust solutions by looking for patterns.

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Saul Mora, Owner of NSBrief Podcast

Saul Mora

Biography: Saul Mora

Saul is an active member of the Cocoa developer community and contributes by blogging, producing NSBrief (a developer podcast), contributing to open source projects, and helping to teach others about the wonders and methods of developing applications. Saul is also an avid cyclist living in Denver, Colorado with his wife and children.

Twitter: @casademora