By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: Developer Evangelist Jim McKeeth to Discuss Development for Wearable Computing
Developer Evangelist Jim McKeeth to Discuss Development for Wearable Computing
SAN FRANCISCO – March 3, 2014 – Embarcadero Technologies, a leading provider of software solutions for application and database development, today announced its presence at Wearables DevCon, a wearable computing conference taking place March 5-7, 2014, in Burlingame, Calif. Jim McKeeth, developer evangelist at Embarcadero Technologies, will be presenting two sessions on development for wearable devices, using an EEG headset and also Google Glass.
The conference is a highly technical conference targeted toward the designers, builders and developers of wearable devices. Attendees will learn to develop for wearable devices such as Google Glass, FitBit, Pebble, the SmartWatch 2, Jawbone and the Galaxy Gear SmartWatch. They will learn tangible steps for real-world implementation of the next-generation of computing devices.
"Native App Development on Google Glass" Presentation
"Is Thought the Future of Wearable Input?" Presentation
To register for Wearables DevCon, go to: http://www.wearablesdevcon.com/
About Embarcadero Technologies
Embarcadero Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider of award-winning tools for application developers and database professionals so they can design systems right, build them faster and run them better, regardless of their platform or programming language. Ninety of the Fortune 100 and an active community of more than three million users worldwide rely on Embarcadero products to increase productivity, reduce costs, simplify change management and compliance, and accelerate innovation. Founded in 1993, Embarcadero is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices located around the world. To learn more, please visit www.embarcadero.com.
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