World’s First National MeeGo Summit Registrations now Open (15-16 April, Finland). What’s the Freebie MeeGo device this time? :p

| February 2, 2011 | 14 Replies

Vaibhav has noticed that registrations for the first MeeGo Summit happening on 15th-16th April 2011 in Finland is now OPEN!

This is different to the MeeGo Conference in Dublin in November last year as is more in line with the yearly Maemo (and now MeeGo!) Summit.

Join the world’s first national MeeGo summit in the beautiful city of Tampere, the largest inland city in the Nordic countries. MeeGo Summit FI is a developer oriented 2-day summit packed with MeeGo and Qt sessions and showcases.

BEFORE I go continue, do you reckon this is when they’ll be giving out FREE (unannounced) Nokia N9? You KNOW there will be a free MeeGo device of some sort. Like the Free Lenovo st-10 in the Conference or the N900 at the MeeGo conference? Haha, obviously no one’s going there just for the Freebies :p. Disclaimer: I can’t really 100% guarantee that they’d give out a device, though it would be highly likely, especially when you’ve pooled a huge bunch of developers interested in your platform.

Home of Nokia, parent home of MeeGo, will there be MeeGo handset there? (Well if one is announced at MWC then yes, though folks are saying that’s unlikely)

There are of course some fantastic speakers including:

Valtteri Halla, Carsten Munk, Thiago Macieira, David Greaves, Dave Neary, Ville Ilvonen, Kate Alhola, Jan Krebber, Justin Noel, Michael Samarin, Henri Bergius, Adrien Bustany, Ivan Frade and more!

MeeGo activities consist of:

  • Core & Future – Apps and possibilities with latest tools
  • Hacks & Tricks – HW inventions, unconventional experiments
  • Biz Buzz – MeeGo ecosystem and open source
  • BoFs & workshops
  • Meegathon competition with awesome prizes. Pre-registration required!
  • Qt certification test center
  • Quadricopter fun
  • Technology demos
  • Finhack 2011
  • Party


via TheHandheldBlog


Category: MeeGo, Nokia

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