Sprint Application Development Program Webcast Event

Want to learn about the Titan platform and how it uses the Eclipse Rich Client Platform?

Presentation Details:

Time: 1:00 EDT / 12:00 CDT
Date: March 26th, 2008
Format: Audio (90 minutes)
Topic: Learn about Sprint?s Next Gen Mobile Java Service Platform
Speaker / Presenter: Jay Indurkar, Joachim Ritter, Mark Rogalski

Registration Link:

http://webcast.streamlogics.com/audienc … ntid=98388

Summary:

Sprint ADP presents the new Next Generation Java Platform for mobile devices named “Titan.” It is based on OSGi and Eclipse eRCP, providing a powerful Java application platform soon to be deployed on Sprint mobile phones. In this talk, we'll cover the strategy for “Titan,” its architecture, and the tools supporting it. We'll also demonstrate the extensive capabilities of this platform that enable development of applications with rich function and adaptive user interfaces. Join us and learn how your own applications can take full advantage of Titan.

About the Speakers:

Jay Indurkar, Sprint
Jay Indurkar is with the Sprint Application Developer Program, responsible for providing technical guidance and support for Sprint?s core consumer applications as well as strategic partner and third-party apps.

Joachim Ritter, ProSyst
Joachim has managed embedded Java projects for more than 6 years and is one of the veterans of the OSGi technology. He has been involved in projects in various industries such as mobile, automotive, smart home or ehealth. At ProSyst Joachim is responsible for all mobile related projects.

Mark Rogalski, IBM
Mark Rogalski is the IBM Software Architect for Lotus Expeditor for Devices. He is one of the founders of the Eclipse embedded Rich Client Platform project, and is currently a member of the Eclipse Device Software Development Platform management committee. Based in Austin, Texas, Mark has been with IBM for 20 years, spending the last 10 years working on Java software for various types of devices.

A live chat will be conducted during the event, where the presenters can address your questions on this subject.

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