Date: 13th of September 2010, from 16:00 to 19:00
Place: Minc, Anckargripsgatan 3, Malmö
The Future of Openness (in Mobile) - Troed Sångberg, Futurist working at the Sony Ericsson CTO Office
Openness as a concept is manifesting itself in various ways throughout our society. What does the democratization of creation mean for developers and companies, both inside corporate structures as well as outside, in how we can handle what we would traditionally call requirements, innovation and end user satisfaction. Prepare for a journey including lego, pirates, brains and pyramids - as well as surprising insights.
A developer’s perspective on Android - Per Blysa, Business Manager at Cybercom Mobile Evolution and Himzo Music, Senior Consultant at Cybercom Mobile Evolution
Per and Himzo will present some important reasons why a development manager should be interested in Android and how a developer works with Android.
Bringing your App to market, a designers perspective on the Do’s and the Dont’s regarding Appmarkets - Mårten Eneroth, Designer at Crunchfish
Mårten will be talking about the do’s and the dont’s when bringing your precious new App to the marketplace. He will get around possibilities and the pitfalls in Appstores from a non programmers point of view and how you maximize exposure and minimize customer confusion by simply not doing what engineers usually tend to do.
Register to the MobileMonday event on the 13th of September. Please register before the 10th of September. If you have any questions, please contact Hanna Ståhl at email@example.com or +46 733 62 33 14.
More about the speakers
Troed Sangberg is a futurist working at the Sony Ericsson CTO Office. With a core technical background and a keen interest in changes in society, culture and the human mind he tries to explore, expand and project the resulting impacts onto the mobile industry. After over a decade’s worth of mobile experience in developing, project leading and directing strategy at companies ranging from Ericsson, Symbian, TietoEnator to Sony Ericsson one question relevant today would be for how long, or if, we still consider there to be a separate mobile industry. Troed can be followed on Twitter, and his corporate Sony Ericsson blog.
Per Blysa is Business Manager at Cybercom Mobile Evolution responsible for business development. Per has an extensive experience of the ICT industry, working with international marketing, sales and product management with a focus on telecom and system / software development.
Himzo Music is a Senior Consultant at Mobile Evolution at Cybercom working with software architecture, design and development. Himzo’s expertise around mobile applications and services have been utilized by various companies including Sony Ericsson, Vodafone Live, T-Mobile UK, Telia and more.
He has been highly involved in architecture, design and development of a number of well known applications such as TrackID, Trafikinfo and Handelsbanken’s Android application.
Mårten Eneroth has been into Design in some sort almost his whole life, he has worked as an Assistant Photograper, Photograper, Graphic artist and as Bike Messenger. Also his sorded past involves working as Webdesigner, in a “creative” position at one very large PR firm, and a short sortie as a Welder.
Currently he works as inhouse Designer at crunchfish.com, where he also is one of the orignal three involved in the company from the start.