(PRWEB) August 14, 2012
This month Cathy Harris, VP of Web and Mobile Technology at Unidev, speaks on an all-female mobile technology panel through the Las Vegas chapter of Girls in Tech. The free event takes place at 7 pm Wednesday August 29th, 2012 at The Beat Coffeehouse in downtown Las Vegas. Cathy joins her mobile development expertise with fellow panelists from Zappos, Tracky, ObjectMoDe, and freelance development.
The panel will discuss the current mobile development environment, including new technologies and their effects on consumers and businesses. Additional topics include consumer behavior on mobile devices and the mobile app economy.
Cathy Harris oversees engineering and delivery for custom mobile applications and solutions for Unidev. Previously, Cathy was a Senior Vice President (SVP), of Bank of America’s eCommerce and Mobile Technologies division, managing software engineering and application delivery for bankofamerica.com, mobile and remote deposit applications. Cathy is joined by fellow mobile technology experts with a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Panelists include:
- Victoria Call, Independent Mobile App Developer
- Hiedi Utley, iOS Engineer at Zappos
- Jennifer Gosse, co-founder of Tracky
- Katherine Anton, ObjectMoDe and TheSiliconStrip.com (Moderator)
The Girls in Tech Las Vegas Panel event is free and open to the public. For up-to-date information, follow Girls in Tech Las Vegas (@GirlsinTechLV) on Twitter. Find a full invitation for the panel event at Meetup.com.
Unified Development, Inc. (Unidev) is a diversified IT company focused on the application of technology to business. Specializing in custom software development and mobile development, Unidev creates proven, reliable and cost-effective solutions for our clients. With offices in both St. Louis and Las Vegas, Unidev provides productivity applications, custom software development and technology consulting services to both business and government. For more information on Unidev, please visit http://www.unidev.com, or call (800) 301-9589.
About Girls in Tech Las Vegas
Girls in Tech (GIT) is a global non-profit organization focused on women's innovative and entrepreneurial achievements in technology. Our goal is to promote the collaboration, growth, and success of women in the technology sector. GIT was founded by Adriana Gascoigne in Feb 2007 in San Francisco, CA. It currently supports over 12,000 members worldwide, spread across local chapters in the US, and France, Greece, China, Singapore, Taiwan, Australia, etc. Girls in Tech Las Vegas (GITLV), started by Rosa Ilinka McGill, is the newest local chapter.