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App Developer Magazine October 2019The number of Electric Vehicles (EVs) on the road increases every year. Now that drivers are considering the switch to EVs, some common questions arise, and apps optimized for EV drivers are a big opportunity for developers. Manoj Chaudhary, CTO and VP of Engineering at Jitterbit, discusses e-iPaaS value, and the critical role enterprise integration plays as one of the crucial catalysts for companies of all sizes looking to grow and scale. Offer Yehudai, President at Fyber explains how identifying user patterns, segmenting users into clusters, and customizing the gameplay experience based on behavior can bring game developers more revenue. The DMV is selling driver data and Eve Maler, co-creator of the XML language has a few things to say about how DMV's across the nation are making millions by selling driver data to a variety of companies, including insurance companies, tow companies, and more. We chat with Sacha Labourey about how IBM acquiring Red Hat will impact open source, and what it means for the open-source community. We chat with Ben Wald, co-founder of Very, about ethics standards and security protocols app developers should follow. iOS 13 testing challenges heavily impact test lab coverage, but teams will also need to have a focused test matrix to ensure testing of iOS12 devices, which currently represent the lion's share of the market.
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