Over the Air
24 Hours of Mobile Development
Imperial College London, September 25 - 26, 2009
Over the Air is a grassroots mobile developer event, organised by Betavine, Lonely Planet, and OMTP.
You could call it a bit of a Hackday for mobile, but the focus is squarely on mobile and wireless platforms. We'll have experts speaking on panels and delivering hands-on masterclasses across a range of mobile platforms, technologies, services, APIs and SDKs as well as topics user experience, design and business models.
There will also be a competition at the end of the event for the best categories of applications created during the event.
350+ Mobile developers, designers, user experience specialists, technical managers, product managers, enthusiasts and entrepreneurs.
Technical presentations, tutorials, workshops, break-out rooms, beanbags, a big party and an overight sleep-over
Open Source, Java, Symbian (Series 60), Mobile Web, Mobile Ajax, Android, Mobile Linux, iPhone, Windows Mobile, Blackberry, etc
To find out more, check out the blog coverage of last year's event: www.overtheair.org
When & Where
Betavine, Lonely Planet and OMTP
Betavine is the open mobile development community: a place where anyone can come to find and share information and experiences about making applications on any platform whatsoever.
Lonely Planet is a globally loved travel brand, well known for their travel guides and website featuring great tips and shared stories. What you may not know, is that they also have mobile phrasebooks and city travel guides, as well as a mobile website.
OMTP (Open Mobile Terminal Platform) is an operator sponsored forum that serves each and every link in the mobile phone value chain by gathering and driving mobile terminal requests.