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iPhoneDevCamp San Francisco 2007


Making the web a better place for iPhone.


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We are in the process of arranging a set of presentations at the beginning of the event to help facilitiate the development process. Presenters will also be on-site as mentors during the event.


This page should collect session suggestions prior to the event and then be replaced with the actual schedule as the event unfolds.


Feel free to add topics here, and to nominate speakers or presenters who you think would add something to the mix (including yourself!). We're really hoping to have a diverse mix of speakers and participants, so please make sure to think outside the typical list of presenters and speakers!




  • What We Know -- Saturday morning -- Ideally a repeat of the WWDC 'Developing Web Sites for iPhone'. If not available, Christopher Allen can do a presentation based on that session and the results from the iPhoneWebDev email discussion list.


  • What We Don't Know -- Saturday morning -- A review of any unanswered iPhoneDevCampOpenQuestions and if still unanswered, try to get volunteers to reverse engineer them. Facilitated by Christopher Allen


  • Hack-a-Thon Kickoff -- Saturday late morning -- This is your opportunity to announce goals and recruit people to create kick-ass demos for the iPhoneDevCampHackAThon. Facilitated by Christopher Allen


  • Fear of Javascript -- Saturday afternoon -- Javascript is not weird, it's just different. Presented by Rick Evans


  • Optimizing Content to Minimize Bandwidth -- Sunday Morning (suggested) -- what can developers do to make their apps download and function quickly. Presented (or Moderated?) by Dan Wood


  • OpenLaszlo and AJAX -- Saturday afternoon -- Demo the OpenLaszlo language, sample applications and cool new features of the DHTML runtime. Presented by Max Carlson



  • Hack-a-Thon Demo -- Sunday late afternoon -- Public display of iPhoneDevCampHackAThon demos, prizes, and celebration. Moderated by Christopher Allen and ?


  • Personalization Proxy -- Saturday afternoon -- Proxy based solution to deploy web applications for faster downloads, personalization from information over-load, AJAX security and to reach multiple handset environments. Sagar Golla from AppVoyage


  • What's Needed in Emerging Markets -- Saturday late afternoon, 45-60 minutes (to allow for more discussion), large theater if possible, please -- Possibilities, Needed Features, and their Value in rural and urban areas in developing nations; making phones a building block for sustainability, ending poverty, peace, and controlling global warming and mass extinctions. Mark Roest, from oneVillage Foundation and Digital Earth; ally of WorldVistA. Short slide presentation on geosocial networking, community-building and sustainable development, followed by discussion.


  • Presence and services like Twitter, Jaiku and Plazes, etc. Requested presenter: Stowe Boyd.
  • Public data feeds and mashup sources
  • Microformats
  • OpenID
  • Designing for mobile - small screens, narrowband
  • Developing for Safari browers (CA: I will have some notes on bringing SynchroEdit from Firefox to Safari 3.0 that might be useful.)


  • Made for Mobile: 20 do's and 5' don'ts (Keith Saft, Director of Mobile User Experience Design @ Yahoo!) -- How to design a web application to work well on the go.


Requested speakers, presenters or attendees


  • Richard Williamson - manager iphone technologies group, did WWDC presentation
  • Kelly Goto, Goto Media
  • Stowe Boyd



Requested resources


  • MP3 recorders to record sessions, and volunteers to upload the audio. (Campers - bring your iPod video or 2nd Gen nano, Belkin will provide some TuneTalk Stereos to record sessions using your iPods - I can collect the audio to be uploaded on Sunday - Jory)
  • Whatever that gadget is that Apple uses to demonstrate live iPhone UI on a projectors at MacWorld and WWDC.