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Here is the replay of the forum: http://bit.ly/Psg7hS

Here is a copy of the slides: http://slidesha.re/Y3DFzw

 

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This is an invitation for developers in the Bay Area:

 

 

JamesGovernor.jpg“Developers are the new Kingmakers ... It’s great times for developers and engineers, whether in Silicon Valley or the Fortune 500,” says James Governor, Principal Analyst and co-founder of RedMonk.

 

Join us on Monday, September 17 from 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. at the SAP Labs Campus in Palo Alto (3410 Hillview Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94304, Building 1) as James Governor shares his perspective about how developers have become one of the most important constituencies in IT, deciding what platforms win and influencing which brands succeed. James will also talk about what has changed in the industry and share his insights and experience related to the issues and expectations that face developers daily. He will also discuss current trends and opportunities for enterprise app development on mobile, in-memory and cloud platforms.

 

 

If you are interested in enterprise app development, have questions about opportunities or where the industry is heading please join us and get inspired by this engaging “developer to developer” chat.

 

 

To attend, please register. This event is free and open to the public.

 

 

 

 

Official Biography

James Governor is co-founder of RedMonk, the open source analyst firm, which specializes in developer advocacy and analytics. Based in Shoreditch, London, he advises enterprises, startups and major companies such as IBM and Microsoft on developer-led innovation, community and technology strategy. He is also proud to have open source non-profit organizations such as the Apache Software Foundation and the Eclipse Foundation as clients. James is co-author of the O’Reilly publication Web 2.0 Design Patterns: what architects and entrepreneurs need to know.

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