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Catalyzing Convergence

by Eric Knipp  |  July 26, 2013  |  Comments Off on Catalyzing Convergence

I’ll be in San Diego next week at the annual Gartner Catalyst conference. “Convergence” is the theme this year.┬áSpecifically, the convergence of mobile, social, and information – all backed by cloud – to bring about new opportunities and challenges for enterprises and IT professionals alike. My team is presenting a “virtual track” of application architecture and development goodness. Our presentations explore:

  • How to develop applications for delivery to mobile devices and the desktop
  • How to select the optimal development frameworks
  • How to improve your development methodology in the face of a volatile technology climate
  • New approaches to software architecture
  • How to leverage the cloud in your custom-built applications

I hope you’ll join us. If you can’t, I’ll be tweeting as often as I’m able.

Right Now We're Hiring Now

I’m still hiring one more analyst for our Egham office. If you’ve got well-informed opinions on software development, great presentation and writing skills, a passion for telling people what you believe about IT, and you live in the UK, please take a look at the job description. Feel free to drop me a line if you want to ask a few questions about the role.. and if you’re just positive you want to be a member of our team, go ahead and apply!

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Eric Knipp
Managing Vice President
3 years at Gartner
15 years IT industry

Eric Knipp is a Managing Vice President in Gartner Research, where he focuses on Web and cloud application development methodologies and trends. Mr. Knipp is based in Dallas, Texas. Read Full Bio




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