Hi everyone! I’m Melinda Seckington and I’m excited to be joining the Over The Air team this year to help organize the lightning talks. I’ve been a regular attendee of Over The Air since volunteering for their second event back in 2008, and did one of the lightning talks at the 2014 one. I can’t wait to see all your talks and submissions for this year!
We’ll be doing the lightning talks a little differently this year. For starters we’ve moved away from the Ignite format, so your talk won’t need to have an exact number of slides and there won’t be a super hard limit of 5 minutes. You should still aim to do a 5 minute talk, but since almost everyone overruns, you’ll get 8 minutes (after which a timer will go off and you will have to leave the stage), just to give you a little bit more breathing space.
For those of you interested, we’re also providing space/time to practice your talk before the event, with a handful of experienced speakers to help give you feedback.
The talks can be about ANY topic you want. So are you passionate about a particular geeky subject or just know a lot about something very niche? Built a cool hack previously you’d like to show off? Fill in our online form to submit your talk!
We are thrilled to announce that MediaTek Labs is an Event Sponsor of the 7th annual Over the Air.
MediaTek Labs is the developer hub for wearable and IoT Innovation, there providing the platforms, stuff tools, pills documentation, technical and business support to create your own devices powered by MediaTek chipsets. From smart light bulbs to the next-generation fitness tracker and the exciting world of the smart watch, make your journey with our help.
MediaTek Labs is the home of MediaTek LinkIt™, some of the world’s best connected platforms for Wearable and IoT devices. With our development tools you can create devices that can connect to other devices or directly to cloud applications and services. The LinkIt platforms consist of Software Development Kits (SDKs), Hardware Development Kits (HDKs) and related technical documentation.
“We are excited to be bringing our MediaTek Labs LinkIt™ portfolio of IoT developer offerings to Over the Air this year. Be it the next wearable or smart city solution, we look forward to helping you make it a reality. To give you a head-start in the event Hardware challenge, register at MediaTek Labs and download the LinkIt ONE SDK you need before the event, and then come along to our Workshop for hands-on guidance on how to get started,” says Mimmis Cleeren, Director, MediaTek Labs – Europe & India.
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We’re thrilled to announce that Twitter is an Event Sponsor of the 7th edition of Over the Air. Find out more about their tools for Devs here: https://dev.twitter.com/
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