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    • #6389
      Anonymous
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      Hello everyone,

      I’m doing my masters in Brunel at the moment. We are currently investigating the mobile phone development sector and I know some of the folks on here are involved in it. I was just wondering if anyone would be willing offer any insights in the following area’s

      Technical Information
      Hardware limits/ Difficulty developing across multiple brands of handset
      New handset features that may have an impact on development
      Major differences in developing for mobiles as opposed to other platforms
      Is there a standard development language (Java?) or does it vary

      Market Information
      Major challenges in reaching target market
      If there is a greater challenge in developing across multiple brands is off set by higher market share?
      Main advantages to developing for the mobile phone market

      Also anything else thats an important consideration for developers in the industry that anyone is willing to share would be great.

      Thanks
      John Kelly

    • #39385
      Aphra K
      Keymaster

      you will see a list of companies involved in the mobile area in the companies database and check out previous features also for info on some of the companies.

      aphra.

    • #39386
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Thanks Aphra!

    • #39387
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      This article will answer most of your questions. I have to say I agree with most of it , life is hard for a mobile developer!
      http://www.gamesondeck.com/feature/2132/editorial_so_you_want_to_develop_.php

    • #39389
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      JohnMonkey, check your PMs

      Tony

    • #39398
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      hey john , hows the masters going ? we missed you at the ballyer grad last night ,

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