LCNUG Dec 13: Building Mobile applications with MVC 4 and jQuery-Mobile
Thursday, December 13, 2012 from 6:45 PM to 8:45 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
College of Lake County in Grayslake, Illinois
Abstract: This talk will cover different approaches to developing web-based Mobile applications focusing on the pros and cons using ASP.NET MVC4 and jQuery-Mobile, HTLM5/CSS3 and jQuery-Mobile, and KendoUI Mobile including the implications for bundling the web-based app as a “Native” application using Adobe’s Cordova (formerly PhoneGap).
Speaker: Chuck Cooper
Chuck Cooper is currently the CIO at Paylocity where he leads the development of web-based multi-tenant Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Payroll, HR, Time & Labor Management, and Online Benefit Enrollment solutions for the mid-market. In addition to his software development responsibilities Chuck is accountable for the strategy, delivery and operations of the Paylocity network infrastructure including the data centers which host their SaaS solutions, business continuity, security and system performance. During his tenure Paylocity has been named one of Chicago’s 101 Best & Brightest companies to work for the past 8 years, a Best Places to Work in Illinois 4 times, a 7-time Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Privately Held firm and was recently listed as #13 in the Forbes top 100 Digital Companies in Chicago. Paylocity is a Microsoft Gold Certified ISV Partner, and actively participates in Microsoft Technology Adoption Programs to stay up to date with the latest releases – most recently for Visual Studio 2012. Chuck was also on the Microsoft Customer Advisory Board for the Patterns & Practices group.
Prior to joining Paylocity Chuck was involved with the development of several award-winning applications for leading software companies including CA’s Clarity, Borland’s Paradox, and Great Plains’ Property Management. His 25+ year career also includes experience as an Enterprise Architect at Washington Mutual. Chuck recently started blogging at http://MVCRocksOnASP.NET.