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Mauricio Leal

Mauricio Leal (aka Maltron) has being working for Java for almost 8 years and it has created a successful company in the past for Mobile Applications, providing solutions for Transportation companies, using Nextel and Motorola technologies. Currently, he works for Telefónica as System Architect in charge of Latin American operations, in charge of 15 different countries for implementing a cross-border system for the entire region.

 

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Javali 2009 - Java Open Source@FISL

Posted by maltron on July 7, 2009 at 4:01 PM PDT

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OpenSolaris Tour 2009 - Day 1 - Santa Cruz/BRAZIL

Posted by maltron on July 7, 2009 at 1:57 PM PDT

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OpenSolaris Tour 2009 - Day 2 - Sao Leopoldo/BRAZIL

Posted by maltron on July 3, 2009 at 4:04 PM PDT

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M3DD/LA - A gather of mobile and embedded community in Latin America

Posted by maltron on July 3, 2009 at 1:55 PM PDT

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On June 20th, GoJava and Goias Free Robotics put together an International event for the whole Latin American Mobile and Embedded Community: The

September: The Month of Java in Brazil

Posted by maltron on August 5, 2008 at 9:27 AM PDT

From September 10th till September 30th, Brazil will host several Java Conferences in 14 different cities, giving the comunity hours of deep technical content with the best Brazilians names in the comunity and some international guests as well.

The beginning of Tomorrow's Computer

Posted by maltron on May 10, 2007 at 4:38 PM PDT

Think about tomorrow’s computer and what is the first picture that comes to your mind ? A faster computer ? A smaller computer ? A little device talking to you because you asked where is the next theather ?

War of the Worlds I: Developers x Carriers

Posted by maltron on May 9, 2007 at 2:18 PM PDT

If you’re a mobile developer like I am, you will spend hours looking for the right tools, gathering information from books, magazines and articles all over the internet and after a few days, you will be delighted about your new mobile application.

Ok, I've developed my Java ME application. Now what?

Posted by maltron on April 25, 2007 at 11:05 AM PDT

I’m pretty sure that developing a Java ME application is an incredible experience. First, because you have to be very clever on fit everything in a very tiny devices, restrained by display resolution and screen size, not much memory and a few ways of input data (usually a numeric keypad or stylus).

How to make money with Mobile

Posted by maltron on April 23, 2007 at 8:28 AM PDT

Although I don’t have the official numbers, I’m sure most of developers are looking a way to make money with their mobile applications. Some may find really hard to develop a business model, so you can offer Java mobile applications to millions of hunger consumers out there.