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MobileCampSF2

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A big THANK YOU to everyone that came to MobileCampSF2 and made it one of our most enjoyable and productive camps to date!

 

      

 

 

What is a MobileCamp?

 

A BarCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. Check out the TheRulesOfBarCamp to learn what to expect.

 

MobileCamp is a mobile technology themed BarCamp. We aim to bring together mobile enthusiasts, explorers and professionals to share the current state and their visions for the future direction of mobility. MobileCamp hopes to support the many voices helping to unlock the potential of a truly digital life. Topics may include - but are not limited to - mobile gaming, entrepreneurship, social mobility and presence, near field communication, physical hyperlinking, mobile storytelling, the importance of open standards, protocols, and platforms, linux based devices, and mobility on other continents.

 

When

 

Saturday, June 14, 9:30 - 17:00 PST

 

Where

 

Swedish American Hall

2174 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94114

Parking is available at a deck on Noe St., just north of Market. If coming west on Market, take a right on Noe, and one block in on the right, you will see the ramp to the parking deck.

 

Sign-up!

 

There are a limited number of people we can accommodate so please sign-up early if you would like to join in! To sign-up, send an email to mobilecampsf@gmail.com and we will add you to the list of participants here on the wiki.

 

Participants

  1. Steven Jackson
  2. Indira Vaidy
  3. Michele Glasser
  4. Ritwik Dey
  5. Andy Maskin
  6. KaKi Law
  7. Stephane Delbecque
  8. Will Turnage
  9. Noel Chandler
  10. Justin Thorp
  11. Jay Sachdev
  12. Rudy Rullan
  13. Kevin Braithwaite
  14. Mike Rowehl
  15. Cathy Edwards
  16. Zach Greenberger
  17. Blake Engel
  18. Daniel Raynaud
  19. Yvonne Li
  20. Patrick Teng
  21. George Joby
  22. Ming Jiang
  23. Alex Kouznetsov
  24. Praveen Kumar
  25. Jennifer Lum
  26. Sean Byrnes
  27. Alex Abreu
  28. Mark Burdett
  29. Darren Wong
  30. Sunil Kaki
  31. Nancy Lee
  32. Chai Geller
  33. Dennis Bournique
  34. Robert Evans
  35. Kurt Davis
  36. Ish Harshawat
  37. Shikha Kanna
  38. Drew Freyman
  39. Christopher Price
  40. PhilJeudy
  41. Francis Li
  42. Adam Atkinson
  43. Andrius Kulikauskas
  44. Tiffany Lin
  45. Rajiv Sunkara
  46. Simon Yencken
  47. James Yencken
  48. Jonathon Bellew
  49. Courtney Grey
  50. Conlan Rios
  51. Donna Givens
  52. Victor Brilon
  53. Tapio Tolvanen
  54. Luong Tam
  55. Jennifer Daniel
  56. Erin Sparling
  57. Adam Klaus
  58. Kenneth Kruszka
  59. Tom Park
  60. Alec Andronikov
  61. Rishi Khaitan
  62. David Abramson
  63. Matthäus Krzykowski
  64. Mark Petrakis
  65. Peter Olfe
  66. Ivan Tse
  67. Amit Gupta
  68. Michael Caputo
  69. Vinesha Perera
  70. Supranamaya Ranjan
  71. Frank Harrison
  72. Jason Chinn
  73. Raja Doraisamy
  74. Austin Egan
  75. Juhana Hietala
  76. Ajay Sampat
  77. Mona Gandhi
  78. Miten Sampat
  79. Jake Donham
  80. Thomas Chung
  81. Vicky Liu
  82. Chris Stover
  83. Helen Adams
  84. Myriam
  85. Peter Tsai
  86. Johanna Murrain
  87. Glenn Chen
  88. Martin Wells
  89. Joan Chang
  90. Al Nevarez

 

 

 

 

 

Sessions

 

If you know what you want to present, post it here. If you don't know what you're going to talk about, that's fine. Just show up on the day of the camp and post your session on our grid.

 

1. Post your session here, i.e. what session you want to lead.

  • Chris Price - Social Networking for Handset Manufacturers
  • Francis Li - Mobile Processing
  • Victor Brilon & Tapio Tolvanen - How to build a robotic project with Nokia's Maemo Linux platform - a hands-on lab
  • Ken Kruszka - The Power of Mobile: Reducing World Poverty
  • Juhana Hietala - Mobile Application Development -a world full of choices

 

2. Post your session ideas here, i.e. topics that you want to hear about or explore.

 

  • QR Codes
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Social Networking
  • Mobile Servers
  • Mobile Processing
  • Mobile & the Developing World
  • Mobile Payment
  • Mobile Gaming
  • Android

 

 

Pictures from MobileCampSF2

 

Organizers

 

MobileCampSF2 is being organized by Indira, Ritwik, Andy and Alexis. We will post updates on the wiki, but also please feel free to join the Google Group for ongoing discussions, questions and feedback.

 

Sponsors

 

Nokia Nseries and Forum Nokia

 

Tags for flickr, delicious, ma.gnolia, technorati etc.

 

Please use the tag MobileCampSF2 for content related to this event.

 

  • Flickr photos Please make sure you release your photos under a suitable license such as creative commons.

 

Link to the MobileCampSF2 mobile page

 

qrcode

 

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