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App Developer Miami

If searching for App Developer Miami Im your guy. Why? You will not find someone more passionate about apps. Want me to prove it: My personalized licenses plate is APP! Google: “Mobile App Expert” See who is rank 1! Im the creator of the Enterprise Adoption Formula This blog has hundred of enterprise app developer blog posts and I post thousands of Miami & app developer tweets. Check out the friend’s I interviewed for  Enterprise App Development tips. From CIOs, UX designers to mobile app experts. We aren’t cheap and don’t do small projects. Why is that a good thing?! Well we make long term relationships, stay focused, and have project managers that do all the work so you don’t have to. To check InnoviMobile’s Webpage, Twitter to see if we are the right Miami app developer for you. My home is on Miami Beach, and Im extremely involved in the MiamiTech and Miami Google Glass scenes. #BreakingNews Due to no English speakers @Miami DMV Im now a Mobile App Export not expert! @innovimobile @bmkatz @cnn pic.twitter.com/uvtnk7p0dR — Daniel DiMassa (@TheDiMassa) June 4, 2014 You are going to have tons of app developer questions feel free to give me a buzz , tweet or live chat with my team on the InnoviMobile page and we will see if we are your app developer Miami top pick.  Daniel DiMassa is a mobile app expert with InnoviMobile and who’s twitter handle @TheDiMassa was named one of the top Influencers In Enterprise Mobility    ...

Swift App Developers are Here! Lets Get Your Swift Enterprise App Developed Now. iOS8 at WWDC

So we all heard the big news. Our friends at Apple have had a busy day announcing all the goodies at WWDC14′ This blog post will focus only on Apple’s new Swift OS for Enterprise Apps. If you are looking for a Swift App Developer read up or contact me at InnoviMobile Mobile App Expert recap: At WWDC today (June 2nd, 2014) Apple introduced a new enterprise mobile app language called Swift Encompasses LLVM compiler and Objective-C (the place nice together, has Cocoa touch features) Swift App Developers can get all the info starting today from Apple. (details below)   Technical points on Apple’s Swift Enterprise Mobile Operating System: Closures (similar to blocks in C and Objective-C) unified with function pointers Tuples and multiple return values Generics Fast and concise iteration over a range or collection Structs that support methods, extensions, protocols. Functional programming patterns, e.g.: map and filter Short Version: It will be fast for mobile app developers to code and compile. Apple is claiming 3.9x faster then old school Python. Wanna get started? Either call me for a quote (646)588-0011 x102…or role up your sleeves as Apple is making all documentation available today or grab and iBook on iTunes If Swift makes Objective – C easier we as a community are all for it. This could just be making iOS development more accessible for the masses, but only time will tell.   Daniel DiMassa is a mobile app expert with InnoviMobile and who’s twitter handle @TheDiMassa was named one of the top Influencers In Enterprise...

Fashion of the Future: Beyond Wearables Event – NYC May 19th Tuesday

Just wanted to journal entry a quick post. Had a great time last night with old faces and new ones. (some cool startups) Supporting @matthewwaldman¦@Nooka's NYC #Wearables Panel w/@theblueandred @SeanAGustafson & +@zackfreedman @maneesh pic.twitter.com/X1P4XPW0UR — Daniel DiMassa (@TheDiMassa) May 20, 2014 Big thanks for those that came out and as always Matt Waldman, friend/CEO of Nooka, did a great job on the panel and caused a few controversies. Gizmodo had an appearance and behind the center stage, was rooms for the future. Some of the tech was a year old+, but others were cutting edge. Teaser: I learned of a shocking new wearable startup I will be blogging about soon. Event‘s Flyer Pasted Below:   Fashion of the Future: Beyond Wearables | May 19, 7-10pm It’s almost the future—what are we going to wear? As part of the Gizmodo Home of the Future, join fashionistas and futurists alike for an exploration of the future of fashion with forward-thinking industry leaders and creatives. Designers, local fashion brands, photographers, and other New York notables will present their ideas and next-level collections, followed by a panel discussion and cocktail hour. Topics for the night include the trajectory of wearable technology, the changing nature of the fashion industry, how digital culture is affecting clothing design and vice versa, and—most importantly—what we’ll all be wearing tomorrow. Asher Levine, Designer Natalia Allen, Designer Ricky Hendry, Isaora Matthew Waldman, Nooka Tim Richardson, Photographer/Filmmaker Moderated by Jordan Kushins, Staff Writer, Gizmodo Featuring looks from Asher Levine, Natalia Allen, Radenroro, Isaora, and Nooka. Fashion of the Future: Beyond Wearables Monday, May 19 7 to 10 p.m. Gizmodo Home of the Future 268 Mulberry Street New York City...

Repost from Appcelerator. Top 5 Enterprise Mobility Influencers.

Thanks to Appcelerator this was such a shock. I only found the article when reverse engineering some of my site’s analytics change. If you want a behind the scene tour on posts like this and my background check this out: Becoming the top ranked Mobile App Expert Full Article: By Michael King May 07, 2014 @ 1:08pm In a world where 17-year-olds with no coding experience can build a cross-platform smoking cessation app and a field services company can become a mobile app company, it’s not a secret that mobility is turning the tables. For CIOs and IT departments intent on addressing mobile head-on, it’s important to keep an ear to the ground and pay attention to the people who really “get” mobility. To help you do this, here’s the first five (in no particular order) in an ongoing series sharing enterprise mobility influencers to follow online: Michael Facemire, Analyst, Forrester Why: Facemire gets what enterprises need to do to prepare for this world of mobility — and he’s not afraid to tell them! He writes on his Forrester blog about topics ranging from building a mobile organizationto the importance of APIs, providing high-level and in-depth content for CIOs and other IT professionals looking for guidance on enterprise mobility – and a sense of where the market is headed. Where: Twitter @ASocialFace, on Forrester’s blog Mobility Words of Wisdom: “Native apps are rarely fully native.” Benjamin Robbins, Co-Founder, Palador Why: Want up-to-the minute news on all things mobile? Benjamin’s your guy. He shares rapid-fire updates about the latest mobile technology advancements, telco moves and industry trends. Better than a scoop-happy reporter, he’s guaranteed to keep you well-informed when it comes to the lightning-paced world of mobility. Where: Twitter @PaladorBenjamin (also check out this hilarious video about “bringing the mobile office to you” on the Guardian) Mobility Words of Wisdom: “Using adoption as the measuring stick of enterprise mobility spend and success is nothing short of fiduciary recklessness buoyed by sheer laziness.” Kevin Benedict, Senior Analyst, Digital Transformation at Cognizant Why: Benedict combines humor with deep experience in the enterprise mobility sphere. In addition to his informative Twitterstream, Benedict shares a weekly digest of mobility news from around the web, specifically market data and trends. Where: Twitter @krbenedict, Blog – Mobile Enterprise Strategies, LinkedIn Group: Strategic Enterprise Mobility on Linkedin Mobility Words of...