Team Member: Sathyaish Chakravarthy
Sathyaish Chakravarthy is a member of TeamITC, the wonderful folks who work behind the scenes to bring you programs from The Conversations Network.
Below is a list of all the programs Sathyaish Chakravarthy has helped us publish.
Is the traditional economic structure of the wireless communications space finally coming to an end? In this talk from the 2009 Emerging Communications Conference, Mark Roettgering, Lead Director of Corporate Strategy at T-Mobile examines the fundamental sources of value creation in the mobile value system and considers what changes are on the horizon.
HTTPWatch is a commercial add-in for Internet Explorer that provides detailed statistics on HTTP traffic. In this presentation from the 2008 Velocity conference, Simon Perkins of Simtec Limited demos HTTPWatch and outlines its key features, including the ability to see the effect of local caching and HTTPS traffic before it is encrypted.
"Code against the eBay and PayPal APIs; make money," is Mark Carges' message to developers. About eight years ago eBay realized that there was a huge business potential in providing an economic opportunity for developers to leverage their API. Today, there are 85,000 developers that code against the eBay developer API and make money; some of them make lots of it. Last year alone, the sellers on eBay sold $60 billion worth of goods worldwide, and developers who provided real value to these sellers made a cut.
Like Wile E. Coyote running off a cliff, the banking, real estate, and other major industries in the U.S. are realizing too late that their inability to take into account changing demographics has caused the economy to suffer. In this program, Ed Fontana shows the need to look ahead and examine processes for ways to improve agility, and how focus on a specific interval of interest can improve mobile experience.
In this talk from the O'Reilly Velocity Conference, Harald Prokop of Akamai describes the design principles and architecture of the Akamai network and how it enables the Internet to deliver large libraries of HD content and accelerates dynamic transactions.
Android is the new player in the smartphone segment and the Android Developer Challenge gave its winners cash and exposure from the launch of the platform. In this talk from 2009 Emerging Communications Conference, Mary Ann Cotter, founder of one of the top 20 applications, Cooking Capsules, describes her journey from idea to launch and shares tips for mobile application developers.
Cloud computing can be a powerful tool in academic research but the costs associated with commercial implementations and the established hardware available at most universities has left a gap in the development of solutions for academic environments. Join Rich Wolski, a Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbra, as he discusses the challenges involved with building an open source project that gets scientists' heads into the (computing) cloud.
Jonathan Taylor's company, Voxeo, was started so that anyone could create applications for the phone. In this short program, Taylor introduces his company's new API, Tropo. With Tropo, developers will not be limited to XML based telephony but will be offered a core API that allows application developers to choose from five general purpose programming languages to write code in.
It's been approximately 6,500 days since Tim Berners-Lee created the first Web page. In such short a time, the Web has achieved far more than could be thought of at the time. What will the next 6,500 days bring us? Noted author, and former editor of the Wired magazine, Kevin Kelly, speculates on the future of the Web.
The Open Invention Network is a collaborative enterprise formed to promote Linux, and protect the open source community from the threats of patent assertion and litigation. Keith Bergelt's job as the CEO is to ensure that the edges of this network are not intruded upon, and that the self-regulatory nature of open source has an opportunity to spread beyond Linux and the 300 plus programs that exist today.