Brian Murphy on NY Times mobile: the architecture, cloud computing influences on design, native, HTML5 and hybrid apps, tools and frameworks employed and how the apps evolved over time.
Brian Murphy is responsible for mobile and gaming at The New York Times. His teams are charged with enhancing society by delivering high-quality news, information and entertainment to users on all mobile platforms and devices. Prior, Brian was the Chief Architect at Condé Nast building the systems behind all of their brands, including Wired, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Epicurious.
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