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MobileCampBoston2

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A Great Camp!

MobileCampBoston2 occured on Saturday, March 21, 2009 a the MIT Tang Center (Cambridge, MA, USA).

 

Photos

If you have notes and photos, PLEASE edit this wiki page and put them here. Let's keep the ideas flowing!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsors

We're pleased to be sponsored by:

  

 

Sessions from the Big Board:

10am-noon

1pm-3pm

3pm-6pm

 

Twitter Search for #mobicampbos2

 

Presentations

 

Notes

 

Attendees

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  1. Keith Erskine
  2. Lee Wright
  3. Fergal Glynn
  4. Amir Rozenberg
  5. anonymous
  6. Mike Gauthier
  7. David N Feldman
  8. anonymous
  9. anonymous
  10. JJ Rohrer
  11. Amit Gupta
  12. Igor Moochnick
  13. Ray Chang
  14. Diane E. Williams
  15. Sean M. Brown
  16. anonymous
  17. Chris Savina
  18. Ajay Kulkarni
  19. anonymous
  20. Mark L. Chang
  21. Peter Nofelt
  22. Yunseok Jang
  23. Isaac de la Peña
  24. Rob Toole
  25. Richard Kasperowski
  26. Karen Schrier 
  27. Brough Turner
  28. Jamie LeBlanc
  29. Brian McMurray
  30. David Harper
  31. Tamara Gruber
  32. Alessandro Pace
  33. Dave Mitchell
  34. Andrew Rollins
  35. Max Antinori
  36. anonymous
  37. Jason Cianchette
  38. Wilson Kerr
  39. anonymous
  40. William E. Lucey
  41. anonymous
  42. anonymous
  43. John Stack
  44. Edward Beuchert
  45. Lora Kratchounova
  46. Raza Shaikh
  47. Daniel Appelquist 
  48. John Malloy
  49. Jarrett Goetz 
  50. anonymous
  51. Gladis R. Filchtiner
  52. Gerald Hewes
  53. Mats Samuelsson
  54. Matt Womer
  55. Alex Lindahl
  56. anonymous
  57. Paul Cosway
  58. Dhruv Mehrotra
  59. JP LaFond
  60. Mats Samuelsson
  61. Arif Padaria
  62. Rick Hutton
  63. Brennan White
  64. Jim Travis
  65. Luciano Tourn
  66. Kristin Anderson
  67. Brian Foster
  68. Robert Talley
  69. Samir Sawant
  70. anonymous
  71. Kate Imbach
  72. Alexander Thomas
  73. Xenia Kwee
  74. Gabriel Fishman
  75. Paul Weiner
  76. Mike Walsh
  77. Ted Gilchrist
  78. Joseph Flaherty
  79. Frank Makrides
  80. Edouard de Montmort
  81. Akshay Kolte
  82. Lisa Link
  83. David Day
  84. Randy Cole
  85. Nick Katis
  86. Muthu Arumugam
  87. Jeff Walker
  88. Yoni Samlan
  89. David Willoughby
  90. Thomas J. Egan
  91. Henry Cipolla
  92. anonymous
  93. Chi-Mei Chen
  94. Steve Pomeroy
  95. Vatsalya Jain
  96. Baoqing Ye
  97. anonymous
  98. Scot Frank
  99. Richard Robinson
  100. David Rogers
  101. Matt Gross
  102. Mike Murray
  103. anonymous
  104. Sasha Javid
  105. Vin Connors
  106. Rick Lynch
  107. Prakash Teli
  108. Lisa Berelson
  109. Oshani Wasana Seneviratne
  110. Nino Tarantino
  111. Ira Hochman
  112. Jonathan Feeley
  113. Fei Wang
  114. Alexis Rondeau
  115. Julie Ginches
  116. Clint Fralick
  117. Jason Jacobs
  118. Mike Silk
  119. Bob Rosenberg
  120. Kishore Gangwani
  121. anonymous
  122. Walt Crosby
  123. Greg Nemeth
  124. Arun Gupta
  125. Daniel L Weinreb
  126. Mihael Mikek
  127. Marc MacIntosh
  128. James Paik
  129. Stefan Schueller
  130. Harvey Yee
  131. Thor Kendall
  132. Purvi Rajani
  133. David Zhu
  134. Nitzan Shaer
  135. Daniel Sullivan
  136. Raj Behara
  137. Ellen Greene
  138. Winnie Henchey
  139. David Fisher
  140. Zach Hofer-Shall
  141. Bruce Gable
  142. Apolinaras "Apollo" Sinkevicius
  143. Scott Janousek
  144. Joseph Flaherty
  145. Bill Wilder
  146. Jeff
  147. Azeem Ansar
  148. Michael DeJadon
  149. Bob Elsasser
  150. Peter Tattlebaum
  151. Phillip Reisman
  152. Mary Nykoruk
  153. Igor Faletski
  154. Krishna Jain
  155. Matthew Thornton
  156. Cristos Lianides-Chin
  157. Eric Schoeberlein
  158. anonymous
  159. Sriram Seetharam
  160. Gaurav Gupta
  161. Steve Albanese
  162. anonymous
  163. Bandhavi Kukkamalla
  164. Carter Jernigan
  165. Satish Mummadi
  166. Polychronis Ypodimatopoulos
  167. Franklin Davis
  168. David Goldstein
  169. Oren Levine
  170. Russell Hanson
  171. Chitro Neogy
  172. Ajay Bharadwaj
  173. Raj Aggarwal

 

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What to bring to Camp

  • Willingness to participate: you don't have to lead a meeting, but you shouldn't be a wall flower either - get involved
  • Positive attitude: You're going to hear a lot of different ideas - come with an open mind and ears
  • Demos: got something cool you're working on? Bring it along and share it
  • Business cards: you'll be doing a lot of networking
  • Digital camera: Pictures help explain what went on at the meeting

 

Tips for Sessions

Encourage Discussion: Camp is about discussions and sharing ideas, not to be bored to tears. It's OK to have a few slides if you need to explain something complex, but no one wants to sit through your Powerpoint 20 slides - leave that for the traditional conferences. We'll have overhead capability in some of the rooms, but why not just write a few notes on the backboard and encourage discussion. wino kredyt mieszkaniowy sprzedam mieszkanie sprzedam bilet

Encourage Learning: A lot of us attending work on mobile products and services, and we want to tell everyone about what we're doing and maybe to get them to try stuff out. But, don't expect campers to sit through your standard sales pitch. It's better to tell people about what you learned while developing and delivering your product/service.

 

Communications

email: http://groups.google.com/group/mobicampbos

Identi.ca :http://identi.ca/group/mobicampbos2

Twitter: mobicampbos2

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=52427083598