Over the Air - 24 hours of mobile development this weekend


Over the Air – 24 hours of mobile development
Friday September 10th & Saturday September 11th, Imperial College London

Over the Air is a grass-roots mobile developer event that is completely unique in the mobile industry calendar –  it is free to attend, covers the cutting edge of current mobile development (as opposed to glossy future-speak or sales-pitches), and is a great place to meet others in the community. The workshops allow attendees to really roll up their sleeves to tinker with new platforms, operating systems, APIs and SDKs and tutorial sessions feature real business cases and hands-on experience. Attendees are invited to stay overnight so that they can work on ideas, apps and widgets on the fly, to be entered into various competition categories and demo’ed on the second day – in true hack-a-thon style. It’s a great vibe of bean bags, learning & collaborating, and all the gadgets that you care to goggle at.

Here is a nice write-up of last years event  http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8332665.stm?ls and our blog for more info: www.overtheair.org

This year will be our third annual event, and we already have 500 mobile developers, designers and entrepreneurs registered to attend, as well as people from the web and software worlds who are starting to branch out into mobile. If you’d like to join us, be sure to register soon! http://overtheair2010.eventbrite.com/