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Lessons Learned Building and Selling a Mobile App Business

Fifth of the Orange County ACM Chapter's 2019 bi-monthly evening program series

Join them Wednesday, September 18 from 6:30PM to 8:30PM at Knobbe Martens, 2nd floor conference room, 2040 Main St #14, Irvine.

The speaker, Ralf Brockhaus, a serial entrepreneur, passionate software developer, and emerging technology enthusiast, will cover many technical as well as business aspects of mobile development: The importance of a mobile-first strategy. Selecting the right technology stack for front and backend. Developing native for IOS and Android vs. mobile web or hybrid technologies that allow compiling iOS and Android applications from one code base. Optimizing your partnership with Apple and Google. Integrating cutting edge features. Taking advantage of operating system features vs developing and deploying custom applications. ‘No UI is the new UI’, moving from native applications to chatbots, voice, AR-VR, and ambient computing. The need for deeper social media applications that go far beyond Facebook and Twitter OAuth, liking and sharing.

Ralf will not only cover the technology and business success, but more importantly, he promises to openly share his mistakes and lost opportunities and also explain why the new Smilefish is moving from mobile to emerging technologies, data science, and machine learning.


6:30 PM Doors Open & Networking

7:00 PM Announcements and Presentation

8:30 PM Meeting Adjourned

Admission is free, snacks and parking validation are provided.

Please register here to attend.

Thanks to Orange County ACM Chapter for offering this local startup event, the details, the free admission, the snacks, and the graphic!

Earlier Event: September 18
Always Be Closing - Pitch Competition
Later Event: September 25
Face to Face with Investors