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    The topic for May's meeting will be: "Writing iPhone & Android Apps using MongoDB and Openshift"


    This meeting is open to all individuals interested in learning more about JBoss-related technology. Free parking is available. While, this meeting is open to the public, all non-AEM Employees will be requested to sign in at the front door.


    Also, don't forget in addition to this program, DC Cloud is hosting an event on how to build your own OpenShift instance.  RSVPs and updated details can be found at the DC Cloud Meetup Groupevent page.

    Welcome & Refreshments(7:00 pm - 7:30 pm)

    Announcements & Introductions

    Mobilize your MongoDB using Appcelerator & Openshift(7:30 pm - 8:30 pm)

    Grant Shipley, OpenShift PaaS Evangelist, Red Hat

    Join us for a technical session on how to develop iPhone and Android apps with MongoDB backends in the cloud.Let's skip having to learn 3 different languages and jump-start the development process using what you already know.

    We'll use Appcelerator's Titanium IDE to create a native mobile application targeting multiple mobile platforms. Once our coding is complete, we'll look at easy ways to deploy and manage MongoDB and manage our application using Git and OpenShift.

    Nothing complicated, nothing convoluted. Just straight-ahead mobile-development goodness with MongoDB, Appcelerator's Titanium, Git, and OpenShift.

    Open Forum (8:30pm - 9pm)

    Bring your JBoss related questions to share with your peers.

    • What topics would you like to see in the future?
    • What JBoss technologies are you working with now?


    Applied Engineering Management (AEM) Corporation
    14030 Thunderbolt Place, Suite 900
    Chantilly, Virginia 20151


    About the Speaker
    Grant Shipley is an OpenShift PaaS Evangelist at Red Hat focused on cloud technologies.  Prior to that, Grant was a Manager of Software Development with responsibilities over the website and supporting infrastructure.

    Grant has over 10 years of software development experience focusing on Java and PHP.  In his free time, he contributes to several open source projects including Media Portal and  as well as developing iOS applications.

    Grant has been using Linux on a daily basis since 1994 and is active in the FOSS community.