At the Mobile Monday Amsterdam, which I co-organise, I did a short talk on how to build your own Internet of Things Thing, in a day. The technical process is explained in my blogpost from last year: called The MoMoMeter.
Since we videotape all our talks, it’s included here:
Today I gave a quick (really quick: About 3 minutes) talk on how easy it is to build a mobile widget. To show that I ported the jQuery Cats example to a mobile widget. In the talk above I go over all the steps needed to run web code on a phone. Not shown in the slides, but it was in the talk, is that this actually runs on phones :).
Part of my talk at Hotspot was taped and can be seen in the video (in which I talk about a secret mashup that I haven’t released yet… ). Also in the interview I mention some services I would like the public broadcasting to use (including one that’s not relevant to the subject, but it’s a nice dutch startup, and most people won’t notice Can you spot it?).
Just a quick heads up that this saturday, I’ll do a talk on fundamentals of Location based services, which will (most likely) be called “10 ways to locate your users”. I’ll post the slides here afterwards, but if you want to see me live, come to mobile dev camp