Parker, CO (PRWEB) March 11, 2011
In this month’s Denver iPhone Meetup on March 15th Ken Maskrey of Global Tek Labs will give an overview of iOS accessory development, both hardware and software. New accessories have the potential to add exciting functionality to iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices with external data pathways, both wired using the Apple proprietary 30-pin dock connector and wireless via Bluetooth.
Mr. Maskrey is the author of "Building iPhone OS Accessories: Use the iPhone Accessories API to Control and Monitor Devices", published by http://www.Apress.com and available at Amazon.com. He is the developer of the AirePoint for iPads and iPhones, the credit card reader that provides secure authorized mobile processing transactions for today’s business.
The Denver iPhone Meetup is a free monthly meeting for iPhone developers. Organized by Kevin Doran of Remy Corp., this fun and friendly meetup encourages attendees to share tips and tricks for utilizing the latest tools in the Apple developer programs. Educational presentations by group members rotate with troubleshooting roundtables followed by networking at LoDo hotspots. For people who have a great idea for an app, this Meetup is also an easy way to find a wide selection of talented Apple app developers. Frustrated iPhone developers struggling in isolation, as well as curious iPhone users can wade into the app development world at this Tuesday night meeting.
The March 15th meeting, 6:30-8:30 PM, will be held at Remy Corp., 1660 17th Street, Suite 400, Denver, CO 80202. It is on the corner of 17th and Wynkoop, just East of Union Station. To attend respond through Meetup at http://www.meetup.com/denveriphone or kevin(at)remycorp(dot)com. Anyone arriving later than 7 when the building doors lock should call 720 935 0389 to gain entrance.
Global Tek Labs is the pioneer in iOS attachment development and design. The first product offered internationally is the AirePoint, an affordable attachment that turns any iPhone, iPod touch or iPad into a wireless credit card reader for fast secure transactions anywhere there is a Wi-Fi or cell signal.
This month's Denver iPhone Meetup on March 15th offers an opportunity to meet Ken Maskrey, Founder and Principle Engineer of Global Tek Labs, author and iOS accessory expert.
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