By Vasudev Ram - Dancing Bison Enterprises
Matt Asay, who worked at Canonical and Alfresco earlier, has joined a mobile startup, Strobe Corp, which is working on mobile apps using the open source SproutCore platform and HTML5.
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From an article on the Register, UK:
Matt Asay is senior vice president of business development at Strobe, a startup that offers an open source framework for building mobile apps. He was formerly chief operating officer of Ubuntu commercial operation Canonical. With more than a decade spent in open source, Asay served as Alfreso's general manager for the Americas and vice president of business development, and he helped put Novell on its open-source track. Asay is an emeritus board member of the Open Source Initiative (OSI).
Excerpt from above ZDNet article:
Strobe has already raised $2.5M from Tim O'Reilly's venture fund, O'Reilly Alpha Tech Ventures (OATV) and Hummer Winblad. The company is using the money to build a platform for delivering touch-driven web applications, based around the open-source SproutCore framework and HTML5.
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