There are a variety of approaches to build your mobile experience. As a leader, how do you know which one is right for you? Which will help your team get an app out the door most quickly? Which will allow you to adapt to disruption?
In this webinar, our panel discussed the key considerations in choosing your mobile development approach; weighing the tradeoffs of hybrid, native, and progressive web apps in the areas of cost, risk, adaptability, speed, and more. This webinar was recorded August 13th, 2020.
Watch the replay to gain actionable insights from leading organizations that you can apply to your own mobile development journey.
Connor Besancenez – Mobile Software Engineer, 1904labs
Connor Besancenez is a mobile software engineer specializing in iOS application development. He has applied his years of experience as both an indie developer and at scale with large corporations. Using all of the latest technologies provided by Apple, Connor has developed and maintained large projects in areas such as the healthcare industry and fintech.
Nathan Causey – Enterprise Mobility Architect, Edward Jones
Over 19 years of enterprise application development experience, Nathan Causey has worked on a wide range of projects with many different technologies. Most of his recent experience has been in mobile architecture for iOS and Android along with building out mobile application development infrastructure. Nathan is currently working at Edward Jones as the lead IS Mobility associate for strategic mobile application direction, development and design.
Ken Zheng – CEO at Takoda
Ken Zheng is a budding serial entrepreneur and methodical executionist with a strong background in engineering. Aside from Takoda, he has co-founded two funded tech startups in the pet care and sports industries and led iOS development for both. Outside of the startup arena, Ken consulted for a Global 500 Company for three years as a software developer and team lead.
Julius Ming’ala – Mobile Project Lead, 1904labs
Julius Ming’ala brings over 25 years global experience in software engineering, transformation, portfolio management and sales. He brings a mixed background across varied landscape: Anheuser Busch, AT&T, FUJITSU, GE and in Emerging markets.
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