Mobilize your MongoDB! developing iPhone and Android apps in the cloud

Join us for a technical session on how to develop iPhone and Android apps with MongoDB backends in the cloud.


Let's skip having to learn 3 different languages and jump-start the development process using what you already know. We'll use Appcelerator's Titanium IDE to create a native mobile application targeting multiple mobile platforms. Once our coding is complete, we'll look at easy ways to deploy and manage MongoDB and manage our application using Git and OpenShift.

Nothing complicated, nothing convoluted. Just straight-ahead mobile-development goodness with MongoDB, Appcelerator's Titanium, Git, and OpenShift.


Date: January 31, 2012

  • 2 p.m. (New York) / 8 p.m. (Paris) / 12:30 a.m. Wed. (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Technical


Grant Shipley Developer evangelist, Red Hat
Jimmy Guerrero PaaS dude, Red Hat

About Grant Shipley: Grant Shipley is an OpenShift PaaS evangelist at Red Hat® focused on cloud technologies. Prior to that, Grant was a manager of software development with responsibilities over the website and supporting infrastructure. Grant has more than 10 years of software development experience focusing on Java™ and PHP. In his free time, he contributes to several open source projects, including Media Portal and as well as developing iOS applications. Grant has been using Linux® on a daily basis since 1994 and is active in the FOSS community.
About Jimmy Guerrero: Jimmy Guerrero is the technical marketing guy behind OpenShift. Although he's been a tech support engineer, sales engineer, and product manager at other open source companies, he's realized one of the greatest joys in life is spending marketing budget on things developers actually care about, like sponsoring the beer at their meetup or hooking them up with free EC2 credits.

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