Mobile Jam with Marshall Weir and Caleb Oller

Mobile Jam with Marshall Weir and Caleb Oller
Event on 2013-06-25 15:00:00
Mobile Developers Unite!
Join the Founders League on June 25th at 3pm for a coworking jam for mobile developers and designers of all stripes. Co-hosted by mobile development aficionados Caleb Oller and Marshall Weir, this gathering is appropriate for experienced and new developers alike. The work time includes an optional session where the group can have an open discussion about individual projects/issues. All followed by a beer hour.
What's a Jam?A “Jam” is a casual working event. It's taken place in over a hundred cities where people have come together to work for a set period of time. The hosts provide seating, wireless internet, coffee and interesting people to talk to, collaborate with, and bounce ideas off of. Participants bring a laptop (or whatever you need to get your work done) and a disposition to meet new people.
This event is free but you must register to reserve a spot! 

About the Hosts:

Caleb is Co-founder and CEO of Thryve — the most innovative and fun way to track your meals while getting healthy. Caleb is a technologist, lazy paleo eater, and a proponent of the data driven, quantified self movement.  He taught himself to program C++ at the age of 15 and hasn't stopped programming since.  Previously, Caleb has worked at software consulting firms, digital agencies, and led engineering efforts at two startups, Periscape and Floop. 



Marshall is a founder at Splitwise, where he develops the Android and iPhone client. Before that, he worked for Mobiata, the company behind FlightTrack, and other awesome start-ups. He has lot of experience taking iPhone apps from functional to awesome and spends a lot of time moving things half a pixel to the left. In his spare time he does swing dancing and is a board game enthusiast.



 Email for more info. Thanks and see you soon!

at Founders League
95 Chestnut St
Providence, United States

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