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by Mo McRoberts
The session will introduce our prototype implementation of the Digital Public Space (“Spindle”), talk about what it does and how it works, and talk through the structure of the data and how to use it as an API for the course of the weekend. I'll also show off an API I've built to Redux and provide a time-limited endpoint which will let people get at the metadata and content while they're at OTA.
by David Rogers
Given the history of our location, the attendees will understand some of the history behind basic code making and code breaking and will learn some of the skills as it applied to Julius Caesar and others. Attendees will also understand why as developers, security is important in the mobile phone world.
Can we make a difference in societies – especially in Africa – by fostering the growth of a new generation of creators, entrepreneurs, makers that use mobile and web technologies to provide locally relevant services?
We think so, and that’s why – last year – the Web Foundation started working on 2 mobile entrepreneurship labs, in Ghana and Kenya. The session will present some of the cool things happening in these innovation hubs, will reflect on the challenges and will help participants understand what are the future opportunities in the region, and why they are important for Europe.
30th September to 1st October 2011