Nick Landry makes a tour of the multiple choices in mobile development: iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, HTML5, native, hybrid, web, languages, tools, helping listeners decide what they need.
Avdi Grimm takes Bash to its limits and beyond.
Parisa Tabriz presents current online threats and some of the ways Chrome protects users, along with Chrome's philosophies, successes, and ongoing challenges to doing security in a browser.
Heath Borders explains how to make iOS and Android apps accessible, and how to create an accessibility service for Android apps that do not have accessibility built in.
Paul Stack discusses using PowerShell and Puppet to administer Windows machines, showing how to configure a Windows server and set up a development environment in short time.
Greg Turnquist demoes using Spring Mail, Security, REST, GridFS, Bootstrap and jQuery in a production grade Grails application.
Chiu-Ki Chan provides advice on dealing with Android fragmentation by using web development concepts and differentiated resource folders.
Cameron Barrie, James Brett, Stewart Gleadow share lessons learned using Agile methodologies to build an iOS application, discussing its architecture and the benefits of hybrid apps.
James Elsey conducts a hands-on workshop developing a NFC application for Android.
Paul Lammertsma conducts a hands-on workshop on building Android custom components. This session is closely related to the session www.infoq.com/presentations/Custom-Components-Android.
Raymond Chen tells the story of Windows’ API evolution from the beginning up to its latest version, WinRT.
Jason Steele, Jake Henning conduct a hands-on session building a cross-platform mobile C# application for Android, iOS and Windows Phone using Xamarin and MvvmCross.