Andy Grignon is Vice President of webOS Applications at Palm/Hewlett Packard. Andy's career began at Apple as an intern in the Advanced Technology Group in 1994. He eventually moved on to Excite@Home and then Pixo, before returning to Apple in 2001. There he lead the development of iChat AV and Dashboard as part of MacOS, then moved into iPod to start the project that would eventually become the iPhone. Shortly after shipping iPhone, Andy was approached to join Palm to help build a new smartphone. He led the development of webOS from a skunkworks project to commercial release, and is now focusing on future directions for the platform. Andy lives in the Bay Area with his wife and two children.
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16th annual conference hosted by the ACM Student Chapter at the University of Illinois