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Thursday, August 12th, 2010
Last night I gave a presentation at Refresh Mobile, a combination of the South Florida iPhone meetup and the South Florida Android Developers meetup, about how to market your iOS, but not only, applications.
These are the slides from the presentation:
Here’s the video of the presentation courtesy of Damian Montero
Thursday, October 22nd, 2009
Last night I gave a very basic presentation at the Design Miami Meetup about some of the new features offered by CSS 3. Here is the slide show:
If you want to learn more, you should look at these links:
And of course the most boring one
Saturday, June 20th, 2009
For the June South Florida iPhone Meetup Ben Bloch, gave a very interesting presentation about the integration of Facebook Connect and iPhone applications.
I personally believe that the integration between iPhone apps and existing social networks, like Facebook or Twitter, could really play an important role in your marketing strategy for your applications. Some of my applications already let you post your scores on your Facebook wall and I’m planning to integrate Facebook Connect on almost all the remaining ones.
A special thanks to Mobuilt for sponsoring again our meetup.
Thursday, May 28th, 2009
Last week (yes, I know, it took me a week to upload the videos, mea culpa), at the South Florida iPhone Meetup Group we had the pleasure to have Ben Hopkins present his iPhone game, Eat Will Grow (iTunes link).
Ben, who has been writing software for 14 years on a variety of platforms ranging from game consoles to desktop to mobile.
In his presentation, Ben also spill a couple of very good tips that I personally didn’t know, like places where to submit Apple related press releases or applications to check your daily rank.
I also had a chance to announce my next project, Get Apps Done, a no-frills job board where iPhone developers and people/companies who need iPhone applications developed can meet each other. If you in one of those two categories or you are just curious, please sign up at www.GetAppsDone.com to find out when we’ll go live or read our blog blog.getappsdone.com for more information.