so how did we do on the day?

thanks to all the sponsors for making the event possible.

A big thank you also to the presenters, panelists, workshop room hosts and competition judges.

Now, let us know in the comments what was good and what we could do better.


  1. Posted February 28, 2010 at 09:14 | Permalink

    Overall the event was really interesting.

    Are you going to publish presentations and applications that won competitions?

    Thanks for organizing this event.

  2. Posted February 28, 2010 at 19:45 | Permalink

    Thanks for a great event. Too bad I missed the party. One tip for next year: make sure in advance there are plenty of power outlets and extension chords around for all these power hungry enthusiasts before the event starts 🙂

    About my competition app SquareIt: I will release it in time for both Maemo5 and Symbian. It may take a while (I’m otherwise engaged now for a few months). I hope to add Gowalla to it also when they release their API.

  3. Posted March 1, 2010 at 07:53 | Permalink

    Excellent event with real enthusiastics! I had a good time and thank you for providing an opportunity to present some new stuff. I had great discussions with people, lots of questions and it was really a worth of coming.

    Next time one networking break could be a good thing e.g. after the lunch break.

    If somebody wants to have my presentation, please contact me.


  4. Posted March 2, 2010 at 11:13 | Permalink

    Thank you for an excellent event. Really good topics and interesting presentations. MobileDevCamp and Slush are currently the best mobile shows in Finland, great work!

    Some proposals:

    1. For a family man a weekend event is a challenge to attend, please consider next one during normal office/working hours 😉

    2. It might be interesting to hear also a mobile operator view, although they have not been too innovative lately at least in Finland. You could also ask operators to attend as a sponsor for the event, wink wink.

    I also agree with the previous comments, that it would be nice to have the presentations and list of winning applications online and more power outlets in the conference room.

  5. Rakesh
    Posted March 4, 2010 at 14:28 | Permalink

    It would be good to have the presentations online, so that for someone like me who failed to attend the event because of personal emergencies could later view and get the crux of the event.

    But, I attended the mobile Dev camp’s last year meet in Helsinki.


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