WebSphere

User Group UK

Title:
Meet the challenge of mobile app quality
Stream:
Mobile (2)
Speakers:
Leigh Williamson
Abstract:
Mobile Applications are becoming the "face of the business". Competition in the mobile application space is fierce. Mobile developers are under strong pressure to get a solution into the market first. However, with the immediate feedback channels available to users, rushing an unsatisfactory app into the market can lead to poor reviews that mark the app for life. Mobile apps just have to work and deliver value or they quickly get deleted. When a user is upset, you want to know. When your app crashes, you need the data. What if you could get immediate feedback when a user simply shakes a device running your app? What if you could get crash logs from your mobile app wherever it is running? What if you could get immediate sentiment analysis from users "in the wild?" Come to this session to hear about IBM's point-of-view for best practices to achieve mobile app quality.
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Bio:

Leigh Williamson:

Leigh Williamson is an IBM Distinguished Engineer who has been working in the Austin, Texas lab since 1988, contributing to IBM’s major software projects including OS/2, DB2, AIX, Java, WebSphere Application Server, and the IBM Rational portfolio of solutions. His current role is as a member of the Chief Technology Officer team, influencing the strategic direction for products addressing the needs of software development teams. Leigh’s primary focus is on tools and best practices for mobile application development. His blog on mobile development topics is http://bit.ly/ibmmobile-frontier-blog. You can follow him on twitter @leighawilli. Leigh holds a BS degree in Computer Science from Nova University and a Masters degree in Computer Engineering from University of Texas at Austin.

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