The Tablet Show
Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell bring you the best minds in software development for tablets, phones, and mobile devices; covering WinRT/Metro, iOS, Android, and HTML/JS/CSS development 

Show #13
Monday, January 2, 2012

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Carl and Richard talk to Ronan Cremin about .mobi and Device Atlas. dotMobi was set up my major influential internet companies including Google and Microsoft to make mobile internet become real. Device Atlas is a subscription service for getting up-to-date lists of exactly what features work on what browser versions on each device. Ultimately the conversation comes around to the idea of whether building native apps for mobile devices versus building customized HTML for each of the devices is easier.
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Ronan Cremin
Ronan Cremin
Ronan Cremin is the CTO at dotMobi and leads dotMobi's engineering initiatives. He focuses on building and delivering mobile Internet applications, such as the award-winning goMobi and DeviceAtlas products. Mr. Cremin also represents dotMobi at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and has used this work as the basis for the dotMobi Web Developer Guide. Mr. Cremin has more than a dozen years of product management and development experience in mobile and internet sectors, including stints in leading markets like Japan with NTT DoCoMo, Europe with Vodafone, 3 and Orange, and the USA with AOL. Prior to dotMobi, he focused on product management in the mobile application sector at Valista. Before Valista, he was at Critical Path, where he managed email and directory products. Mr. Cremin holds a BE in Electronic Engineering from University College, Dublin.

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