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Schedule for Tizen Developer Summit 2013 Announced – Seoul, Korea

The Schedule for the Korean Developer Summit 2013 has been announced. Set in Seoul, Korea, November 11-12 and is a two day regional event which includes another Tizen Hackathon on the second day.
As the name implies this event is for Developers and some of the topics covered are:

  • HTML5 development
  • Game development
  • How do I submit an application to Tizen STORE
  • Security in Tizen (Tizen Security)
  • Tizen platform development

You can register for the Tizen Developer Summit 2013 and Tizen Hackathon at:http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/tizen-developer-summit-korea/attend/register
The full schedule is as below:
Monday (Monday) , 11 November 2013

7:00 am

Breakfast & Registration

9:00 am

Keynote: TSG Update, Jong-Deok Choi, Samsung and Imad Sousou, Intel


Keynote: Tizen Association – Global Perspective as Commonwealth, Roy Sugimura, Docomo

9:45 am

Keynote: Our Journey with Tizen HTML5, Rafel Uddin, Orange

10:00 am


10:20 am

Keynote: Expectation for New OS in LTE Era, Eung-Ho Lee, KT

10:35 am

Keynote: Mobile Innovation in Emerging Markets, Sergey Ivashov, eBay

10:50 am

Keynote: Application Tools Panel, Chris Croteau, Moderator, Trevor Cornwell, Appbackr and Alex Caccia, Marmalade

11:30 am


1:00 pm

Architecture & Overview How Tizen Finds the Very Bests Apps, Trevor Cornwell Learn How to Build Tizen HTML5 apps with Sencha Architect & Sencha Touch, Stefan Stoelzle, Sencha Project Anarchy Introduction: First Steps in Creating a Mobile Game with Havok’s Free Mobile Engine, Kristina Abadie

1:50 pm

3D for 2D. Taming the gpu for 2d gaming html5, Ibon Tolosana Bringing Android Apps to Tizen, Anita Tsantinis Compliance Overview, Developing fast and efficient Tizen mobile HTML5 applications: Lessons Learned, Aki Saarinen

2:40 pm

Crosswalk: Improving the Web Runtime, Leandro Pereira & Jesus Sanchez-Palencia HERE Maps @ Tizen, Henrik Battke How to improve the quality of your applications and platform Tizen, Juyoung Kim Tizen.org Community Infrastructure, Michael Shaver, Intel

3:50 pm

Dev Lab The Tizen Security Policy May Work For You, But What About Me?, Ryan Ware, Intel Tizen 3.0 Open Governance, Thiago Macieira & Guy Martin Tizen Store / Validation

4:40 pm

Tizen Quick Setup for Small Infrastructure Team, JF Ding Tizen IVI Update, Rusty Lynch Tizen Web Application Checker application help your complaint with Tizen, Xu Zhang


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