2009 Event Schedule

We are currently putting together the schedule for 2010 – but the below schedule from last year will let you know the structure of the event and give a good example of the kinds of workshops we’ll have this year again.

Friday, 25 September 2009
9:00
to
10:00
Registration / Coffee [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]
10:00
to
11:30
Welcome and Keynotes
Nick Allot
Rick Fant
Caroline Lewko
[Great Hall, Sherfield Building]
11:30
to
13:00
Lunch [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]


Afternoon Sessions [Huxley Building]
Huxley 311 Huxley 340 Huxley 341 Huxley 342 Huxley 343 Huxley 344B
13:00
to
13:55
BBC Worldwide – Speaker TBA How private communication is transforming the workplaceStefana Broadbent O2 Litmus James Parton Many Paths up the Mobile MountainTom Hume & Joh Hunt Widgets Best Practice, Animated Transitions and Compatibility – Ricky Faria BONDI Widget Security – Paddy Byers
14:00
to
14:55
Lonely Planet API – Matthew Cashmore Mobile Games as Social Information AppliancesPaul Coulton Intro to Service DesignBen Reason Paths up the mobile mointain (cont.)Tom Hume & Joh Hunt Universal access across devices: can the mobile web be made accessible?Henny Swan BONDI API Design PatternsMarcin Hanclik
15:00
to
15:55
Modeling the Mobile User Experience – Bryan Rieger Introducing OMTP BONDI – Tim Haysom & David Rogers Panel: Service Design in Mobile Ben Reason, Mark Curtis, Tom Hume Qt Everywhere: Native Apps from Desktop to Smartphones – Pekka Kosonen Cross Platform Mobile Apps (with Dojo) – Wolfram Kriesing ENUM who / what / why? – Steve Kennedy
16:00
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16:30
[Break] How LiMo Foundation is enabling BONDI widget development – Matt Swan Service Design (continued) Mobile user experience on applications and widgets Dr. Philip Rhodes So You Want to Develop for BlackBerry – Sanyu Kiruluta How to develop your app in a fragmented world – David Bailey, James Parton
16:30
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17:25
Inspiration / Outspiration: where do ideas come from? Nico Macdonald, Brendan Walker, Duncan Arbour, Claire Rowland Mobile Visual Interactivity – Geoff Ballinger An introduction to the iPhone SDK – Simon Maddox Building Widgets for Windows Mobile 6.5 – Paul Foster (Break) RDFa in Mobile – Mark Birbeck
17:30
to
18:25
In search for natural interaction: design research for mobile gestural interaction – Younghee Jung & Joe Macleod Vodafone and the Joint Innovation Lab – Sanj Matharu Creating Mobile Mashups with Ericsson Labs APIs – Richard Carlsson and Johannes Willig Using Yahoo APIs for the mobile web: content, location and context – Ricardo Varela Take it easy with W3C standards and tools for mobileFrançois Daoust Rummble API – Alex Housley
18:30
to
19:30
TBA Exploring Design and User Experience for Mobile – Arabella David W3C Mobile Web Best Practice in PracticePhil Archer UI optimisation for the the mobile web – Ian Homer Fluid Layouting Techniques for Widget Development – Daniel Herzog Mobile Widgets – Worth the hassle? – Rocco Georgi
19:30
to
23:00
Dinner / Party [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]
23:00
…and beyond
All-night hack-a-thon [Great Hall, Sherfield Building]
Saturday, 26 September, 2009
7:30 -to 9:00 Breakfast [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]


Morning Sessions – Huxley Building
Huxley 311 Huxley 340 Huxley 341 Huxley 342 Huxley 343 Huxley 344B
9:00
to
9:55
Web geek + Nokia volumes = good things – Petro Soininen Betavine Social Exchange: Mobile Tech 4 Social Change – Steve Wolak Creating mobile sites with Yahoo Blueprint – Ricardo Varela Lost in Translation – Steve Ives Introducing W3C Widgets – Kai Hendry Open AiR – Exploring AR Development Platforms – Mark A.M. Kramer
10:00
to
10:30
Break [Common Areas]
10:30
to
11:25
Open Source User Experience?Scott Weiss Do it with LWUIT: Building compelling applications for todays mass-market devices – Terrence Barr Democratizing Mobile Application Development – Martin Ramsin FleaC – Easy Symbian Programming – Pekka Niskanen Implementing push notification for your apps (on non-iPhone devices) – Dale Lane Augmented Reality: What it is and what it isn’t – Allix Harrison-D’Arcy
11:30
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12:25
Teenage Dragon’s Den – Insights from Real Teens – Julia Shalet & Friends Building an Augmented Reality Mobile Game – Paul Foster Draw me a perfect Appstore! – Thibaut Rouffineau Mobile Widgets Testing – Dan Shoshani JavaFX: Bringing Rich Internet Applications to Desktop, Web, and Mobile – Terrence Barr Mobile apps, widgets, web, Should or does the end user care? – Kieran Gutteridge
12:30
to
13:30
Lunch [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]
13:30
to
15:00
Competition Presentations [Great Hall, Sherfield Building]
15:00
to
15:30
Break for Judging
15:30
to
16:30
Awards & Wrap-up [Great Hall, Sherfield Building]