Monthly Archives: February 2011

Thank you everyone for yesterday.

Thanks everyone, hope you all enjoyed the day, and maybe see you next year. Of course we need to thank the speakers, who all managed to deliver their talks within the allocated time (makes it so much easier to keep things sort of on track!), and who all delivered interesting and different talks (or at […]

Thanks to those that braved the cold and came to the forests of Espoo

Although the Aalto Venture Garage is only 10 minutes from Kamppi by bus and surrounded by offices of the biggest names in Finnish Industry, for many it seems it might as well be on the other side of the moon 🙂 Those that did not brave the cold and the short bus ride, missed testing […]

Rules for the 2011 competition

You have 48 hours to build an application based around the theme of “Communication and/or Journalism” in one of the five categories; * bada * Qt – one or more of Symbian, MeeGo or Maemo * Microsoft Phone 7 * Android * iOS The judges will be looking at (these have different weights and are […]

Social Media tags we use and track #mdchel11

We are using #mdchel11 as the supper short version from character limited services (like twitter) Feel free to use this shorter one in other places, but I think it makes more sense to use the longer tag #MobileDevCampFI in places like Flikr etc. that do not have character limitations.

Mobile Dev Camp will be bigger and better!

Inspired by our keynote speaker, Tomi “Mobile Stats” Ahonen I just had a quick look at some statistics from previous years and it looks like this year we will have bigger event than previous years. Following are some stats from our Facebook pages. And before someone comments I know that facebook RSVP do not usually […]

Some hints to help you win big in the Competition

As the date for MobileDevCamp2011 is fast approaching (it’s next Saturday for those keeping count), we thought it would be a good idea to drop some hints that could help you win prizes that are available on Saturday. First tip – DON’T build an iApp! The winners of the iOS category last year ended up […]

Some timing information for this year

so with around a week left before the event, and everyone now having seen all the keynotes from this years MWC, it is about time we let you know some more details of the times. On Thursday, we will announce the detailed rules of this years competition at 16:00. We will then be at Aalto […]

Well, THAT was some announcement

In case you were disconnected from the Intardwebs since Friday, you may have noticed that Nokia moved the goalposts a touch. We are busy chasing everyone to see how or if they want to change their title or content, before we make the announcement of the program (to be as fair as possible). In the […]

Want some free hands-on training for Windows Phone 7?

One of our sponsors Microsoft has arranged for a one of their top trainers Jani Järvinen to come and give an introduction hands-on workshop. Jani describes it as: Want to develop for something new? Try Windows Phone 7! Windows Phone 7 devices started appearing in Finland in November 2010, and during these brief months, there […]

Latest Speaker – Tomi Ahonen

So we have our next confirmed speaker on the list – Tomi Ahonen. Tomi is internet famous for his blog posts of almost biblical length which are frequently an analysis of market number announcements and also his semi-frequent twitter storms 🙂 Actually, we chatted with Tomi when we met at MindTrek and asked him what […]