Thursday 11th September

Here is the program for Thursday. The social even twill take place at 20.00 at RIVA (see below). Demonstrations will be shown on Thursday and Friday.

Track 1 - Creating S60 applications with Web designer skills

September 11th

Horst-Wagon-Saal H1012

 

Workshop host: Riku Salminen, Senior Technical Consultant, Forum Nokia

09.00

Welcome note and practicalities

09.10

Introducing Flash Lite and WRT

 

Flash Lite in Nokia devices

- Why Flash Lite, What is Flash Lite

 - How to get started with Flash development

 

Web Runtime widgets in S60

- What is the WRT, why should I use it?

- How to get started

10:30

 Selecting and setting up development for participants

- Please have everything ready beforehand!

- Tutors will help you to make necessary settings

- Example files and other material is also distributed

- Participants can go to lunch when all set up

11:30

Lunch

12:00 - 17:00

Hands on coding session

- Tutors and examples available

- Prices for best applications developed during session

 

Minimal prerequisites

For WRT

    - Laptop

    - Knowledge of html/xml/css/javascript

 

For Flash

    - Laptop

    - Adobe CS3 (trial version available here:

http://www.adobe.com/go/tryflash)

NOTE:

Service for discussions and online sharing of material, opinions and media, before, during and after the event.

Please register at: http://bantora.dicole.net/register/register/

Track 2 - Open Track

September 11th

Konrad-Mellerowisz-Saal H1058

09.00

Welcome note and practicalities

09.10

GridTorrent – Imre Kelenyi, BitTorrent with Local Cooperation on Symbian OS, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

09.40

The German Beta-Plattform initiative. Why should and how can testbed owners and users federate?, Hagen Woesner, EICT

10.10

Localization and location based services, Yusuf Ozturk, San Diego University

10:40

Coffe Break / Demonstration / Social Networking

11.10

Low end mobile phones into cooperating and social networks, Peter Ekler, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

11.40

Mobile Application Testing, Yael Wagner, SUN (+demo)

12.10

Lunch Break

13.00

Nokia Maps, Holger Weiss, Head of Nokia Maps Partnerships

13.30

JXTA-Symbian , Álvaro Manuel Recio Pérez, University of Malaga

14.00

Technical Evolution for Social Mobile Networks, Robin Heydon, CSR

14.30

SymPA, Almudena Diaz Zayas, University of Malaga (Spain)

15.15

Coffe Break / Demonstration / Social Networking

15.30

Bertalan Forstner, Mobile Social Networks: a buzzword or something more?, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

16.00

Salvatore Sferrazza, One Tool, All Devices: The Netbiscuits Mobile Web Development Platform. With examples from eBay, Yahoo!, Sixt, Spiegel and other premium brands, Netbiscuits

16.45

David Barnes and Curro Rueda, TagsMe GUI: Web development  for  cross platform compatible Java apps, Media Delivery Technologies, SL

17.30

Effective development of mobile enterprise applications, Pĺl Berg, mBricks

18.00

end

Social event

The social event will take place at 20.00 at the RIVA in Berlin. The address is


dircksenstrasse bogen 142 10178 berlin mitte fon +49 30 24.72.26.88

 

(between S-BAHN station Hackescher Markt und Alexanderplatz, don't even try to put the address into any MAP system, it will not work :-); in Berlin the places under the S-Bahn has numbers (in this case 142) and our place is in the Dircksenstrasse between the two S-Bahn stations - good luck)

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