Maxiom Technology Sponsors, CEO speaks at, Chicago Day of DotNetNuke

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Maxiom Technology Sponsors, CEO speaks at, Chicago Day of DotNetNuke

silver150 We are happy to announce that Maxiom Technology will be a sponsor at the upcoming Chicago Day of DotNetNuke on October 2nd, 2010. We are thrilled to be a contributor and to be a part of this free event.  Also, we are glad to serve all those in the community who are passionate about. Or simply wish to learn more about, the DotNetNuke platform.

In addition to being a sponsor, Maxiom Technology’s very own Antonio Chagoury is in the speaker line-up, giving a presentation under the “Mobile Development” track. If you are interested in this topic then be sure to attend and hit Antonio up with any questions you might have.

dayofdnn_ad_200x125What is “Day of DotNetNuke”?

Day of DotNetNuke® is a free event serving those who are interested in learning about the world’s largest .NET based open source framework, DotNetNuke®.

This event attracts many industry experts who are willing to share knowledge and experience about DotNetNuke® and it creates in-person networking opportunity for community members around the world.

The St. Louis and Chicago DotNetNuke® User Groups have teamed up and are proud to announce the second Day of DotNetNuke® in the U.S and the first in the Midwest region.

About Antonio’s Session

Smartphone-enable your DotNetNuke Apps with jQTouch & jQuery

So you built a great DotNetNuke Module. But now you want to make its data and functionality available to mobile users with a smart-phone device such as an iPhone, Android or Blackberry.

Well, you’re in luck. It is because in this session Antonio will show you how easy it is to build a mobile web app. This consumes REST web services with a little client side scripting, the jQTouch framework and jQuery.

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We are looking forward to meet you in Chicago next month.

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Antonio Chagoury

Hi, I'm Antonio, Founder and CEO of Maxiom Technology (formerly Inspector IT). I'm a technology executive and entrepreneur who has achieved consistent success in driving growth, generating revenue, and enhancing value in domestic and international markets through technology product innovations.

3 Comments
  • Ron EGle
    Posted at 8:11 pm, March 2, 2011

    Is the code still avilable from your talk? The link on Chicago Day of DotNetNuke Recap, Slides and Code
    is broken. Looks like it’s exactly what I’m looking for.