Apps for smartphones and tablet PCs are getting the most relevant kind of software. The numbers of apps in app markets for Android, iOS and Windows Phone simply explodes. Unfortunately, almost none of them are developed with Python which is a bit of shame.
This talk covers the various mobile platforms and explains current solutions for programming apps with Python. It shows todays problems as well as possibilities, so that every listener can decide whether Python is already ready for his mobile app project.
Scientist, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Andreas Schreiber is head of the Department for Distributed Systems and Component Software at the German Aerospace Center (DLR). He received a degree in industrial mathematics. His research fields include distributed computing, mobile systems, HPC, social networks, user interfaces, software engineering, and software quality assurance. Also he is Open Source advocate at DLR. He has a over 15-year history of Python development in the field of scientific and industrial applications and has convinced many engineers in the aerospace industry to use Python. He organzies events for Python in High-Perfomance and Scientific Computing. In 2011 he co-founded Medando, a startup that develops mobile apps and web applications for health care and medicine.
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