Date: Wednesday, April 20th, 2016
Time: 11:00am – 12:30pm (Free Parking, Raffle, & Lunch)
Location: *NEW LOCATION!*
ADP Salt Lake City – 2835 Decker Lake Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84119 [Directions/Parking Info]
Presenter: Haroldo Paulino – Software Engineer (BMA Banking Systems)
Topic: Mobile App Development (with live demo!)
We will learn how IBM i can interact with mobile technologies iOS and Android.
* What benefits can cloud services bring to the table?
* How to publish an Android App.
* The source code for the demo system will be provided
Who Should Attend: Developers of all levels/languages/platforms. Admins, Support Staff, Bosses, Network/Security Engineers, and anyone without a defined business “Mobile Strategy”
What to Bring: Bring an android device and have some fun with a live demo. Follow this link or search UIIPA Demo in the Play Store.
Haroldo began his career in 1995, at the company he founded, in partnership with his brother and was initially responsible for IT services, along with developing MS-DOS based database applications.
He graduated with a BA in Computer Science in 1999, when his role as a programmer for his own company had grown exponentially. He had already incorporated several different technologies into his daily routine, among those: Pascal, Delphi, Dbase, Interbase, Paradox, MySQL, SQL, Sockets, parallel printer API control, using Assembly for various task like dial-up modem communication, and remote oil rig valve control.
He also became a consultant for one of Brazil’s biggest banks, Federal Reserve Bank, where he recruited a specific team to build a major banking system that governed several branches’ daily workload.
He is a researcher by nature; always learning about new tools that can expand his reach and deliver quality results.
His current programming passions are Java, Android and IOS.
Even though his company was moving forward, he wanted to live in the USA. He immigrated in 2003, got married and currently has two children.
He enjoys going on bike rides with his family, swimming laps and building great memories with his loved ones. If you ever see two bikers riding around Layton, it’s probably him and his son.
Haroldo values focus, discipline and fun. Work hard, play hard.