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Over the Air

I haven’t posted anything for a bit due to, a) having spread myself a bit thinly on the work front and b) basically getting out of the habit of blogging so apologies. I do intend to finish The Cluetrain. I’m not sure what stops me more, the habit thing or having too much to do or is it a bit of both but Dave Crossland has sent me someone’s post about making something a habit which should help, when I get round to it…  

Anyway, in the meantime I wanted to post something about an event that the BBC is supporting in April. You may have heard about it already but it’s called Over the Air and is a handheld device related 48 hour hack event. I think, and I mean think that you can get on the site and register now if you want to come along so give the site a look if you get the chance.

After attending hack day last year I am planning to go down there for most of the weekend and I think it will be fun and I am quite excited about seeing the difference in the sort of ideas that people come up with compared to what I saw at Alexandra Palace. Also since I’ve been at the BBC I have been out of the mobile world so I would like to know what’s rocking and rolling there anyway. It will be like old times. Here’s the blurb, hope to see you there! 

Calling all mobile developers, designers, experimenters, and enthusiasts! Mark the 4th and 5th of April on your calendars for Over the Air, the largest grass-roots mobile developer event that London has ever seen.Over the Air will be 48 hours of mobile development hack-day-style; featuring workshops, tutorials, speakers and lots of other good-stuff like network APIs and emerging platform SDKs. This is one that you won’t want to miss, so pencil it in now, and watch out for the big announcements that will be coming soon. To get the latest news on Over the Air developments as they roll out hot off the press, simply subscribe to our feed at www.overtheair.org…..

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March 10, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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