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Pivotal LabsPivotal Labs are a California Bay Area based software development consultancy who've worked with a lot of big names, including Twitter, Best Buy and Salesforce.com. Named by Ed Colligan in Palm's CES presentation as one of the first webOS software partners, they've been working with webOS and the Mojo SDK for some time now, helping other developers for the platform get up to speed on the new tech.

On Friday we had a chance to talk with their VP of Business Development, Christian Sepulveda, who shared some insights about Pivotal's experience with Palm's shiny new toys. Read on for the interview transcript, or to listen to the audio.

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Good interview

zuhmir @ 2/15/2009 1:07:54 PM # Q
I enjoyed reading it :-)

RE: Good interview
freakout @ 2/15/2009 2:38:22 PM # Q
thanks!
RE: Good interview
mikecane @ 2/15/2009 5:37:00 PM # Q
Interesting reading. Nebulous as all hell, as I expected. Sheesh.

RE: Good interview
CFreymarc @ 2/17/2009 2:36:37 PM # Q
So in summary, it can be said like this ...

We were on board for a while since we are good at moving code to a new platform with an internal set of porting tools and we are still under the NDA so I can't say much else.

That was this interview for me.

RE: Good interview
freakout @ 2/17/2009 6:57:54 PM # Q
^^ you never know if you don't ask...

Tim
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pre's gaming SDK...

analogue wings @ 2/15/2009 1:47:08 PM # Q
..is gonna be Flash.

IIIc -> M105 -> Zire 21 -> Tungsten T2 -> Treo 650
RE: pre's gaming SDK...
freakout @ 2/15/2009 2:38:05 PM # Q
I suspect that may be the case too, although it's nothing but a guess at this point. On gaming - my issue with it on Pre is going to be the same as iPhone: it's hard to do it right without physical buttons. It'd be nice if they'd at least kept the d-pad of the Treos. Still, I'll reserve judgement till I actually play with one myself...
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LiveFaith @ 2/15/2009 4:47:47 PM # Q
Freakout,

The Pre has like 452 hard buttons on it. Landscape may be a challenge,but not portrait.

Pat Horne

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mikecane @ 2/15/2009 5:35:24 PM # Q
>>>The Pre has like 452 hard buttons on it.

ROTFLMAO!!!

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