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The Bad Habits of Mobile Software Engineers
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The Bad Habits of Mobile Software Engineers
Chris Haseman | Mobile Engineering Manager, Tumblr

Location: 502 A
Date: Thursday, November 07
Time: 10:00am-11:00am
Format: Session
Discipline: Programming & Architecture, Design & UI
Track: Entertainment Apps
Vault Recording: Video


After 10 years of writing mobile software on various platforms, Chris Haseman, Mobile Engineering Manager for Tumblr, has made, what he considers, " a tremendous number of mistakes." In this talk, he will cover some of the worst habits he has contracted and (hopefully) moved beyond. Over the course of this talk he will discuss how to build honest, user-delighting software and how to navigate the 'Always Connected' myth. He will also cover how to keep your application's rating, no matter the store, from being obliterated by trolls.
Takeaway
Attendees will explore a range of bad habits that took Chris a decade of frustration to understand, as well as how to avoid them.

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