Carnival of the Mobilists 146 over at London Calling has included Tom’s post on NFC alongside a whole range of great articles, check it out for the best in mobile writing!
Currently there are two potential candidate technologies for scanning an electronic ticket held on a mobile phone – 2D barcodes (visual scanning) and NFC (wireless scanning). From Masabi’s point of view they are interchangeable – just connection technologies for our ticketing services, which can support either – but MoMo London’s NFC event this week provided [...]
Recently we’ve been working with kiwanja.net, a mobile-focused specialist in anthropology, conservation and development founded by Ken Banks, chair of the W3C’s Mobile Web for Social Development Interest Group. Previously we’ve developed Silverbackers for Ken, and over the last 12 months we’ve been developing FrontlineSMS. FrontlineSMS is an SMS hub aimed at the not-for-profit sector. [...]
Masabi are looking for a London-based Server Programmer to come and work at our offices on the South Bank – our ideal candidate will be flexible and multi-talented, main responsibilities would include: Building scalable reusable server proxies allowing J2ME and mobile web clients to talk to our partner’s back-end web services; Extending and maintaining our [...]
Thanks to this week’s host of Carnival of the Mobilists, The Phones Show, for voting my last post on fragmentation post of the week. There’s plenty of other interesting stuff in this week’s Carnival so go check it out!