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Jeff Haynie

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It’s time for http://csjconferences.org/socon11, the 5th annual social media conference at Kennesaw State University. The dates are Friday and Saturday, Feb. 4-5, 2011. The theme is Social Media Meets Mobile. I was a founding member of the SoCon conferences, so they are dear to my hear...
At Appcelerator, we recently received permission from Apple to gain access to their full iTunes catalog which we receive through nightly updates. I’ve been playing around with the data to see what kind of useful information I can gather to better understand the applications withi...
We have been working closely with Yahoo on a number of fronts and we’re pretty excited about the Yahoo YQL integration in Titanium we released in the 0.8 release. More stuff will be coming soon. Here’s a video that Yahoo Developer Network (YDN) featured about Appcelerator ...
Yesterday I gave a presentation about the future of mobile development at the Mobile 2.0 conference in Mountain View, California. It was the battle of the current emerging players in the space (if you could call it a “battle”) : Appcelerator, Rhomobile and Phonegap. Of co...
Today was a very busy day. I spoke about Appcelerator Titanium at the O’Reilly/360 Inside Mobile Conference in San Jose and later served on a discussion panel with Daniel Brusilovsky (Teens in Tech, Techcrunch), Phil Libin (CEO of Evernote) and Christian Sepulveda (Pivotal Labs)...
I gave a talk this week at the Mountain View JavaScript meetup hosted by Google at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Thanks to Michael Carter who hosts this event on a monthly basis. The event was also video recorded by Google and is being made available on Youtub...
With the announcement of Google Chrome OS tonight, it’s a great time to be a web developer. (And as an aside, I’m sure Redmond isn’t partying too hard either). Why does the Google Chrome OS matter? It’s not really a surprise that Google made the announcement. ...
Russell Jurney’s blog post has spurred me out of my blog-laziness to talk about something I’m passionate about - starting companies and helping entrepreneurs. If you haven’t read his most excellent post, titled “The California State of Mind” - stop now an...
Appcelerator vs. Software Interrupted
Last night I got the opportunity to come back to my home town and do the keynote this morning at SoCon09 - a very excited event that we started 3 years ago and is still growing! Here’s my slides. SoCon09 Keynote - Jeff Haynie View more presentations from Jeff Haynie. (tags: socon...
The Appcelerator team has been hard at work over the past few months coding away into the wee hours and today we are incredibly excited to announce the preview release of our new product – Appcelerator Titanium™. Titanium is an open source platform for building applications using stand...
I gave a talk last night (December 2, 2008) at the SD Forum’s Java SIG in Palo Alto, CA. The subtitle of the presentation was: “How the web has gone beyond the browser and we’re headed back to Client/Server”. I’m including the presentation slides below: SD Foru...
I’m going to be presenting the following at the upcoming SF Forum Java SIG on December 2, 2008 in Palo Alto: The role of Service Oriented UI Architecture in the world of web, desktop and mobile applications. This presentation will discuss the challenges and opportunities develope...
We recently moved from Atlanta, Georgia to Mountain View, California and during the move I had a chance to go through some old boxes I’ve had for years — twenty years to be exact. Tonight, I decided to open up some of the boxes and try and see if I could find some old pictu...
I just received this nice little drawing from Tyrus and the gang from appcelerator…. Thanks guys…. Good to see I share a birthday with the hanson kid. Fun.
It’s not fully ready for prime time yet but it should come together in the next few days. However, if you’d like to start following the dev, hop on over to GitHub and check out TestMonkey. TestMonkey is an open source (Apache License) UI test framework we’re introduc...
It’s time to hunker down and take my own advice - advice that I think every startup (and every business in general) should be considering right now. The economic future is uncertain for everyone around the globe - and Appcelerator is not immune from this uncertainty. I’ve ...
As everyone is aware, the global economic downturn is upon us and we’re all standing around trying to figure out what this means for all of us — especially us startups. I hope nobody is living in a bubble and believes we’re at the bottom and it can’t get much w...
This past week was a pretty significant event in the web2.0 world - at least to people who follow startups and Techcrunch. This week was the equivalent of the web emmy’s for startups, called the Techcrunch 50. Most startups presenting had absolutely no business model. Except o...