Jay Wallingford

A hands-on technology executive with more than 25 years of software development, architecture and technical leadership experience, Jay has run development in a number of startups in Boulder, CO including Chief Technology Officer at Leopard (acquired by Ogilvy Mather), VP of Engineering at Symplified (acquired by RSA/EMC), VP of Engineering at TapInfluence and Director of Development at Crosswalk. Before that Jay ran and worked in technology services companies including Aarondak and Bolder Heuristics both in Boulder. Jay started his career in a computer aided design firm Intergraph where he worked on 3-D and assembly modeling software. Jay holds a BS in Mathematics/Computer Science and has done post graduate work in Radiation Medicine and Computer Science from the University of Kentucky.

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Tradeoffs of Using Mobile Frameworks like React Native for Mobile Development Projects

Article by Jay Wallingford

Nov 21, 2017 • ,,,,,,

One of the real challenges of mobile development projects is that most applications need to be developed for both IOS and Android. Java is used for Android, Swift and Objective-C are used for iOS. When time and money aren’t a factor, using native mobile application... Read more.

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