We are very grateful to the following Developer Advisors who help us to establish topics and develop content for our Jam Sessions:

Raj Singh, Skyfire

Raj Singh is a mobile industry veteran having worked across the mobile industry for the past 10 years. Currently, Raj is Vice President of Business Development for Skyfire, the first mobile browser to support full web access including Flash 8,9, Javascript and Quicktime. Most recently, Raj was the consulting Director of Mobile for Dell assisting them with their global SMS and WAP strategy. Prior to Dell, Raj co-founded Veeker, NBC’s mobile video citizen journalism service and ToneThis, CNET’s top ringtone creation product.

Chantel pic Jan 2010Chantal Le Claire, 3 Screens

Chantal Le Claire advises on partnerships and resources between mobile ecosystem members and the developer community including developer technology trends that impact consumer usage. She collaborates with established developers to take advantage of “Go-to-Market” opportunities with carrier networks, Smart Phone OEMs and 3rd party Appstores.

robertQuadRobert Virkus, Enough Software

Robert has worked in the mobile industry since 1999. As a developer, he created J2ME Polish, the Open Source framework for mobile developers which he commercialized in 2005 by founding Enough Software. Enough Software works with many smaller dynamic startups and also with global players like Nokia, Motorola, Qualcomm or Telefonica so he has a deep insight into the mobile business. At the same time, Robert knows about the technical aspects and their impact on the market as he remains a passionate developer. He is always happy to share this know-how whenever possible.

ofir leitnerOfir Leitner, MobileMonday Tel Aviv

Ofir is an expert in Java mobile technologies and specifically LWUIT, Sun’s mobile UI toolkit. During the time since LWUIT’s debut, he has helped several leading companies build their mobile UI architecture and design over LWUIT. Among his clients: Telmap, Fring, Emoze and Sun Microsystems, where he is currently involved with the LWUIT framework’s core.Ofir is also the founder and chairman of MobileMonday Tel Aviv and shares his thoughts on mobile technology and business in his worldwide read blog www.nextgenmoco.com

sean o sullivan pic croppedSean O’Sullivan, co-founder Rococo Software and Dial2Do.

Sean is CEO and co-founder of Rococo Software and also co-founder of Dial2Do. Regardless of title, his role with each is to help drive the technical strategy and vision. Rococo is a world leader in Java/Bluetooth technology, whose software now ships on over 200M mobile phones. Dial2Do is a service that allows you to do simple tasks by just dialing a number and speaking. You call and say “email” to send an email, “text” to send a text, and “reminder” to send a reminder to yourself, and so on. From a technical perspective, his interests are distributed systems, mobile and wireless technology, and the space where the web meets the plain old telephony system. His LinkedIn propaganda is here.

Lisa Whelan picLisa Whelan, Managing Consultant, Socialize Mobilize

Lisa Whelan is the Managing Consultant at Socialize Mobilize, which provides global strategy, business development, marketing, and developer relations expertise to clients including: Kodak, Motorola, Palm, Inc., ShoZu Inc., Offbeat Guides, Hands-On Mobile, SocialMedia Networks, and others. Previously, Lisa worked for PA Consulting Group in London, engaging European clients on strategy, business and technology integration projects and Nokia Inc. in Silicon Valley. Lisa writes about trends in social media and mobile convergence on the SocializeMobilize blog and Twitter. Lisa holds a MSc from the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford and a BA from Boston College.

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