Mobile, 5G, Communications
Wednesday, August 3, 2022
The ability to analyze data has long been thought of as a thing you do at your computer. But in this talk we share taking insights from easy-to-use consumer products like Facebook, Linkedin and Robinhood it is possible to take complex query-writing and reimagine interfaces to work for people on their mobile devices.
We'll cover the complexities in handling long running queries on intermittent mobile connections, work required to optimize queries for display on mobile, and show a live demo of how all this works together to make it possible for everybody - from developers to truck drivers to use data wherever.
Thursday, August 4, 2022
The blockchain space has been vastly dominated by other tools and technology, Flutter is still in its prime, and Flutter developers need to know how they can tap into this space using the tool they have. Hence, we can have more blockchain products and tools built with Flutter.
You're making big bets on customers engaging with your enterprise through mobile, but the observability ecosystem today is datacenter-first. General purpose observability platforms can identify failures in virtualized infrastructure, containers and Kubernetes, microservices, and cloud-native architectures, but most view what's happening on a mobile device only through the lens of a few metrics alongside basic crash and error data.
Mobile experiences can be impacted by an endless combination of user actions, devices, connectivity, third-party SDKs, location variables, and more. The largest revenue-impacting issues and optimization opportunities are uncovered when you capture the data from every session, and can understand it both from an aggregate impact (like what crashes are occurring), and from an individual user and session basis.