Tokyo PC Users Group:

Developing and Managing Mobile Content

Date: Thursday, May 8th, 2003 Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Speaker: Rajiv Trehan

Description:
In Japan, the ubiquitous mobile phone has reached proportions equaling browser usage for email and web access. As such, it provides a rich test bed for new technologies in the mobile space. Green-Penguin has developed dynamic content applications for deployment on mobile devices, and at May's meeting Rajiv Trehan, Chief Architect and Lead Developer, will discuss the issues and architecture necessary to providing manageable mobile content. The talk will provide some background to current web technologies, the need for separation of data and content, device considerations, attaining device independence, login processing, payment considerations and tracking of content views on mobile devices. For additional details and related links, see TPC's homepage.
About TPC:
Founded in 1982, TPC is Japan's oldest IBM-standard PC users group. The monthly meetings feature guest speakers, product demonstrations, and free-wheeling exchanges on a variety of computer-related subjects. A question-and-answer period affords a chance to discuss individual computing problems.

Organization: Tokyo PC Users Group

Cost: TPC Members: free
Non-members: 1,000 yen

Venue: The Tokyo Union Church (basement), Omotesando Dori, a short walk from the A-1 exit of the Omotesando subway stn (Ginza, Hanzomon, and Chiyoda Lines). Entrance through the parking area.

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan

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