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Enterprise Developers and the Internet of Things

Alex Walz  //  January 28, 2015  //  1 min read



We recently had the opportunity to host the Application Developers Alliance and a panel of leading industry experts for a ‘beerside chat’ at APPNATION VI on the opportunities and challenges facing enterprise developers in the context of an increasingly connected world.

Given the theme of CES this year – the Internet of Things – this timely conversation contemplates the evolving role of enterprise developers to create new standards of data transference, customer feedback, testing, and troubleshooting to meet rising customer expectations that the plethora of connected devices “just work,” regardless of their complexity.

Tune into the conversation above to learn from John Ellis (Ellis & Associates), Karl Heimer (Autoimmune), Todd Peterson (Aviation Battery Systems, LLC), David DiMeo (Innovation Lab at Ford Direct), and Greg Krueger (Leidos) to hear about the future of enterprise product development across a spectrum of industries.

About Alex Walz

Apptentive's resident wordsmith, Alex can frequently be found cranking away at eBooks or scrawling down ideas late into the night from a local coffee shop. He's an avid traveler, coffee connoisseur, and tech enthusiast, and he shares his thoughts on each over Twitter.
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