A recently but estabilished new entry into the computer and technology world is mobile computing.
Having calculum resources, together with internet access and a plethora of software to use at hand is not only comfortable, but is becoming more and more essential to our everyday life.
The two major platform that have spread in this latest year are Apple's iOS and Google's Android. Being a Linux enthusiast, for me Android is the way to go.
Together with using this system I learned through the years to make some little and useful nice applications, or better called "apps". Since I learned the lesson "mobile programming is radically different from traditional programming", I decided to give a small talk to help whoever wanted to approach this world.
For the sake of completeness I put together three really simple, but extremely useful in the real case examples.
You can also view the talk fullscreen here.
If you are interested you can also download a zip containing the full presentation.