9.30 to 10.30 AM: Opening Keynote
Roadmap for the future of development for mobility and see new yet to be released mobile computing devices and technologies. For those who like to stay ahead of the curve, and want to help shape the future, this keynote address focuses on the future of wireless application development.
10.30 to 11.00 AM: Networking/ tea Break
11.00 to 11.45 AM: Building the next generation mobile web applications
Learn how to develop web sites today for mobile devices such as mobile phones and PDAs and discover how this will change in the coming years. This session looks at the latest enhancements to the various mobile web browsers, developing optimized mobile web applications and content services, and tools for delivering a rich user experience.
11.45 to 12.45 PM
Innovation & Opportunities for Application Developers & Entrpreneurs
Speaker: Prakash Sayini, Forum Nokia
12.45 PM to 1.30 PM: Lunch
1.30 PM to 2.15 PM: Seven Steps for Developing Secure Mobile Applications
All operating systems have security vulnerabilities. This class teaches how to make secure mobile applications in spite of them. It covers identifying and understanding threats, and managing and addressing them throughout the development process. It reviews the process of defining security requirements, using techniques such as threat modeling. It also gives an overview of the tools and techniques needed to create a secure architecture, including password access, encryption and authentication, and wireless security. This session offers tips and best practices for applying security technologies, also discussing how the role quality assurance plays in ensuring mobile security.
2.15 to 3.00 PM: Building location aware apps
Using location technologies, an application developer writer can provide services and information that’ is customized to the user’s current or planned location. In this session learn how you can utilize location data within your application. This session will unveil new technologies that are available in India and explore the roadmap for future development of location aware software.
3.00 PM to 3.30 PM: Tea/ Coffee
3.30 to 4.15 PM:
Simple Rules that Boost Your Mobile Application's Performance
While developing mobile applications, device characteristics and features often dictate quite high and tough requirements to satisfy user expectations while you have very limited resources available on the device. Therefore, mobile applications should be designed carefully and employ every possibility to improve their performance. This session will demonstrate a few simple but nevertheless useful examples to make it happen. File I/O operations, heap usage, and heavy loops are just a few examples of 'performance killers' to be noted. Most of them may be avoided easily when you keep an eye on them. You will explore most of the common mistakes that may help you significantly boost up your program's performance.
4.15 to 5.00 PM:
Tips & Tricks
Here’s a session that can serve as a convenient best practices reference for mobile developers. Six attendees, chosen by way of voting, will be given opportunity to present for 10 minutes. They share tricks of trade and their experiences. Be it tricks for memory management or lessons for iphone development, you can learn hands-on from the people who have did it themselves.