2010 Event Schedule

Presenting the (reasonably stable) event schedule for Over The Air 2010.

The Great Hall, Sherfield Building is for continuous hacking in the Hack-A-Thon unless required for a Keynote. You can enter your hack into our competition to win prizes – check out the categories now to prepare.

The Nokia Lounge is in Huxley Room 344A. It’s open Friday 11am until 7pm and Saturday 10am until 1pm.

The DCKTN Pitch workshop is a 2 hour session on Saturday at 10:30 AM in Huxley Room 343. Seats are limited for this workshop where David Terrar and Penny Jackson will help you learn the art of “the Pitch” and getting into the mind of your audience, from prospects, customers, to potential investors.  If you want to attend and learn the 9 C’s of a good elevator pitch, put your name down here if you’d like to come (yes, we know the date’s wrong on the form!).

Julia Shalet, Product Doctor, will be holding product surgeries in Huxley Room 344C on Friday and Saturday. Contact her directly to book an appointment.

The Discussion Session for TweetALondonCab will be in room Huxley Room 344C Friday at 18:00

Friday, 10 September 2010
9:00
to
10:00
Registration / Coffee [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]
10:00
to
11:00
Welcome, Logistics, Etc…
Daniel Appelquist, Matthew Cashmore & team
Keynote:
Aral Balkan: The Art of Emotional Design
[Great Hall, Sherfield Building]
11:00
to
11:15
Coffee Break [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]
Huxley 311 Huxley 340 Huxley 341 Huxley 342 Huxley 343 Huxley 344B
11:15
to
12:15
HTML5 on Mobile
Bruce Lawson, Opera Software
Hacking with #Blue
Richard Spence, O2
AIR for Android
Michaël Chaize, Adobe
What have The Guardian Ever Done For US?
Michael Brunton Spall, The Guardian
DIY Research Workshop – Informing the Design Process
Mark A.M. Kramer

12:15
to
13:15

Improving Your Problem Solving Skills
Rhiannon Horsley and Analia Lemmo, UnLtd
Tapping Into The Enterprise Market
Richard Pulliam, Alcatel
Android: It’s not Just About Phones
Kevin McDonagh
Orange Mobilise – the Mobile Volunteering Initiative
David Simoes-Brown, 100% Open
Jogesh Limbani, Orange R&D UK
13:15
to
14:30
Lunch [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]
14:30
to
15:30
Rethinking the Mobile Web – A Pragmatic Look At Creating An Accessible and Inclusive Mobile Experience
Bryan and Stephanie Rieger, Yiibu
In-App Payments Using Paypal
Anthony Hicks & Saulius Zukauskas, Paypal

Prototyping for the iPhone with iProcessing
Durrell Bishop and Tom Hulbert, Luckybite

The Mobile Opportunity in the Developing World
Raj Singh
Pachube’s “Porthole” Software: Augmented Reality
Chrisopher Burman, Pachube
Developing Federated (Mobile) Social Networks with One Social Web
Diana Cheng, Vodafone R&D
15:30
to
16:30
Mobile Application Testing Workshop with Device Anywhere
Leila Modarres, Device Anywhere
Viral Survival Kit: Cloud Computing for Highly Scalable Apps
Matt Wood, Amazon Web Services
Connecting the Real World With Your Mobile!
Geoff Ballinger
Rapid Mobile Prototyping with Flowella
Tim Brooke, Nokia

16:30
to
17:00
Break
17:00
to
18:00
What Would Picasso Do? – A Panel of Art And Technology
Bryan Rieger, Jason Fields, Tom Hume, mills™, Mathias Dahlstrom
Qt – productive app development for desktops and smartphones
Pekka Kosonen, Nokia
Building apps with data.gov.uk
Richard Stirling
mHealth
Brian Fuchs and Vasa Curcin
App Development In The New World Of Windows Phone 7
Paul Foster, Microsoft
Android Localisation
Karan Deep Geddam, Motodev (Motorola)
18:00 to 19:00 Bombs Away: A Location- based Game that WILL Make You Run
Richard Vahrman, Locomatrix
It’s All About Location, Multitasking & Gyroscopes
Jim Brown, CTO of Cloudmade
W3C Mobile Standards
Robin Berjon
Kai Hendry
JavaScript apps for Nokia devices – state of the union and hands-on hacking
Petro Soininen, Nokia
DIY Mobile Design & Usability Testing
Belén Baros Pena
DIY PR
Lauren McGregor, Lisa Devaney
19:00
to
22:00
Dinner & Chill-out Lounge [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]
23:00
…and beyond
All-night hack-a-thon [Great Hall, Sherfield Building]
Saturday, 11 September, 2010
7:15
to 8:00
Wake Up: Qi Gong Revitaliser workshop with Gong Fu London
8:00 to 9:00 Breakfast [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]
9:00 to 10:00 Saturday Keynotes
Pawan Gandhi on Ovi Life Tools in Emerging Markets
Sir Tim Berners-Lee
on Open Data
[Great Hall, Sherfield Building]


Morning Sessions – Huxley Building
Huxley 311 Huxley 340 Huxley 341 Huxley 342 Huxley 343 Huxley 344B
10:30
to
11:20
Designing the Internet of Things
Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino

Designing mobile services for emerging market users
Alan Wilkinson – Nokia
Privacy for Developers
Kasey Chappelle & Ricardo Varela, Vodafone
Pitch Workshop
Penny Jackson & David Terrar, DCKTN

11:20
to
12:10
Kiss The End user Goodbye
Ivanka Majic, Canonical
The Emerging Technology of Web Fonts
Vladimir Levantovsky – Monotype Imaging
The New Digital Divide (Or…I Don’t Think That Word Means What You Think It Means 🙂
Stephanie Rieger, Yiibu
Android Hands-On With the Cycle Hire Widget
Kenton Price & Reuben Harris, Little Fluffy Toys Ltd.

12:10
to
13:00
Exploring The Far Reaches of The Mobile Interaction Continuum
Paul Coulton
Tap it! Designing Awesome Mobile Experiences
Brian Fling
Entrepreneurs on the Mobile Web in Ghana
Steve Wolak, Vodafone
Bringin’ Home the Bacon – The Economics of Your Ad Supported Application Business
Limvirak Chea, InMobi

13:00
to
14:00
Lunch [Dining Hall, Ground Floor, Sherfield Building]
14:00
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]