Thursday 21st February, 2013
1:35pm to 2:45pm
Content distribution by API has become crucial for today’s publishers and content creators. Presentations include:
Jon is the Chief Engineer at Comcast Interactive Media (CIM), a part of Comcast Corporation dedicated to developing and operating online and cross-platform entertainment and media businesses, including the Xfinity and XfinityTV websites and mobile apps. Over the course of his career he has been a researcher, consultant, network engineer, system administrator, business owner, developer, and architect, but is still just a programmer at heart. He received his Ph.D. in Computer & Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania and currently resides in Philadelphia.
Irakli Nadareishvili is director of engineering in the digital media division of NPR. He leads the software team behind npr.org, NPR API and NPR mobile apps, and is responsible for the strategy and architecture of NPR’s public-facing software systems. Prior to NPR Irakli: architected World Bank's RESTful API, worked with whitehouse.gov and various news/media outlets to help them build online publishing solutions using open-source software.
Anthony Cuellar is the Developer Relations Manager for Pearson on the East Coast. Based out of New York City, Anthony is active in the city's thriving tech, startup, and developer communities. Anthony is passionate about content, technology, app development, community management, and music festivals.
2:55pm Travel by Tim MacDonald, David White and Jack Loop
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