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October 2014 Meetup

The October 2014 COCCUG meeting will be on Monday, October 13th from 6pm – 8pm at Improving Enterprises (One Easton Oval, Suite 175, Columbus, OH 43219; click here for an aerial view). This month we will take how to use beacons and the role the cloud plays in their usage.

Please RSVP for meetings via www.meetup.com/coccug.

 

Keeping up with Beacon Traffic

Abstract: With Apple making a push to make Bluetooth LE devices even more ubiquitous than their phone, the opportunity to overload a backend service becomes as easy as applying a sticker to a wall. Building your backend to handle the applications that are fed by these beacons becomes a necessity rather than a luxury. In this presentation, you will see some ways to make that happen so your users don’t get told about that great new product 30 feet after they’ve passed it.

Bio: Bill’s career has spanned many aspects of computing and at times has architected solutions from the perspective of data, networking, enterprise, and security – but is primarily an application architect. Most recent experience has Bill providing solutions around Mobility, Cloud, and Big Data architectures as well as API design and development.

Bill has been involved with technology since abandoning his desire to be an architect and stumbling into his first computer science class in 1985. Since then he has typically pushed companies into “what’s next.”

 

Please continue to tell your friends about COCCUG! They can find us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/coccug and also at www.meetup.com/coccug.

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