Listening to all the feedback we received so far, the third Mobile 2.0 Europe was again great with 16 different workshop sessions on how to build apps on different platforms and various speaker sessions on how to make money with apps in the business track.
Cardmobili from Porto in Portugal won the AppCircus @ Mobile 2.0 Europe – though voting by the conference audience – and won a nomination for the prestigious Mobile Premier Awards 2011 during the Mobile World Congress. You can view their 3-minute pitch here including all other AppCircus pitches of that day.
We would like to thank everybody who participated and helped make this event a success, especially our partners Barcelona City Council, 22@ Barcelona, Nokia, PayPal X, BlackBerry, bluenove, Ericsson, Telefonica Developer Communities, Orange, Vodafone, Microsoft, apprupt, InMobi, Skyhook Wireless, theChanner and Amiando for their invaluable support.
Many thanks to all participating speakers, panelists, workshop leaders and moderators; our media partners for spreading the word; Maria & Caroline from dotopen for making this happen; and last but not least the Mobile 2.0 Organization Team!
Carles & Steffen and Rudy.
“chalkboard ftw! @martinh: @janl preaching CouchDB in the old fashioned way at #m2eu”
Many pictures and video’s were taking during the event, just check for media tagged with #m2eu and you should find at random. The official Mobile 2.0 Europe 2010 Flickr set from our photographer Jordi Salinas – www.jordisalinas.com can be found here.
You can view most videos of the speaker presentations in the Business Track here on Vimeo.
Here below some of the presentations in the Business Track:
And some slide decks from the following workshop sessions:
Mobile web development techniques (and Opera’s developer tools) – by Andreas Bovens, Group Leader Developer Relations, Opera Software.
Mobile Web Evolution: HTML5, Video, Widgets and APIs – by François Daoust, Mobile Web Initiative specialist at W3C.
And don’t forget to save the date for Mobile 2.0 Silicon Valley later this autumn on September 20-21, 2010. See you there!