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Full Tizen Developer Conference Schedule

Here is the Tizen Developer Conference Schedule (May 2013).  There are many interesting talks and also the opportunity for developers to ask the burning questions that they want the answers to.
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May 22, 2013

 
Here is the Tizen Developer Conference Schedule (May 2013).  There are many interesting talks and also the opportunity for developers to ask the burning questions that they want the answers to.
 

Wednesday 22nd May

10:00am

Registration and Check-In Opens

Location: Lobby Level

10:00am – 6:00pm

Tech Showcase

Location: Golden Gate

Welcome! Now that you've registered, take some time to explore the lounge spaces. Stop in and meet someone new, strike up a conversation, and check out the demos!

[15:00] 3:00 – 6:00pm

Welcome Reception and Partner Demos

Location: Continental Rooms 5 & 6

[18:00] 6:00 – 6:45pm

Keynote: Partner Panel

Location: Continental Rooms 1-6
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[18:45] 6:45 – 9:00pm

Heavy Appetizers and Conference Activities

Location: Continental, Imperial, and Franciscan Rooms

Socialize with your fellow attendees while munching on some tasty and satisfying appetizers. Activities are planned to help break the ice and have fun!

[21:30] 9:30pm

Werewolf and Hacker Lounge

Location: Franciscan Room

Late-night conference attendees can take refuge in the Hacker Lounge on the Lobby level—a space designed for all-hours play, collaboration, or a quiet escape. An array of comfortable seating, WiFi, Pac-Man, table tennis, and even a space for a game of Werewolf is available.

 

 

Thursday 23rd May

6:30am

Fun Run

Location: Meet in the Hacker Lounge

9:30 – 10:15am

Keynote with Imad N. Sousou and Jong-Deok Choi

Mr. Sousou is VP of Intel Software and Services Group, GM of Intel Open Source Technology Center, and Intel Co-Chair on the Tizen Technical Steering Group, Mr. Choi is Executive VP of Samsung, and Samsung Co-Chair on the Tizen Technical Steering Group
Location: Continental Rooms 1-6
30 MINUTE BREAK

10:45 – 11:05am

Keynote with Frederic Dufal

Devices Technical Director, Orange
Location: Continental Rooms 1-6

11:05 – 11:25am

Keynote with Dominique Hazael-Massieux

W3C Mobile Web Initiative Activity Lead
Location: Continental Rooms 1-6

11:25 – 11:45am

Keynote with John Goodale

Vice President Asia, Unity Technologies
Location: Continental Rooms 1-6

11:45am – 12:05pm

Keynote with Juggs Ravalia

Vice President, Yandex Labs
Location: Continental Rooms 1-6

12:00 – 6:30pm

Tech Showcase

Location: Golden Gate

Take some time to explore the lounge spaces in the Golden Gate Room. Stop in and meet someone new, strike up a conversation, and check out the demos!

12:30 – 1:30pm

LUNCH

Location: Golden Gate and Plaza Rooms

[13:30] 1:30 – 2:10pm

An Overview of the Tizen Native Application Framework
Byung Woan Kim (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 1-3
Track: Native programming

 

Introduction of Tizen SDK minimal web development tools
Jackie Wu (Intel)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

 

Tizen Design Guidelines and User Experience
Seokhee Na (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Other

 

Tizen Overview and Architecture
Alvin Kim (Samsung Electronics), Sunil Saxena (Intel)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Platform development

 

Web OS opportunities and challenges in China market
Robert Wang (China Mobile)
Location: Franciscan
Track: Other

 

WebKit for Tizen
Laszlo Gombos (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Imperial A
Track: WebKit
 

[14:15] 2:15 – 2:55pm

HAXM accelerates Tizen SDK emulator on Windows/Mac
Xiaohui Xin (Intel)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

 

Making Tizen Native Apps with the Native UI Framework
Danny Whang (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 1-3
Track: Native programming

 

The Tizen Development Model
Anas Nashif (Intel)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Platform development

 

Tizen Download & Go for IVI
Matt Jones (Jaguar Land Rover)
Location: Franciscan
Track: IVI

 

Tizen UX Layouter & Composer
Hirotaka Suzuki (HI CORPORATION)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Other

 

Tizen Web Runtime Update
Ming Jin (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Imperial A
Track: WebKit
20 MINUTE BREAK

[15:15] 3:15 – 4:40pm

Developer Highlight Presentations: How to develop and port high performance app for Tizen
Ben Nicholson (TuneIn), Hiroyuki Kobota & Alex Adjadj (Namco Bandai Games), Costin Oprea (Gameloft)
Location: Continental 1-3
Track: Native programming

[15:15] 3:15 – 3:55pm

From iOS to Tizen: A Novel Approach to Porting
Salmaan Ahmed (Inception Mobile)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Porting to Tizen

 

Performance optimization of Tizen Webkit: Memory and Graphics
seojin kim (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Franciscan
Track: Power and performance

 

Rendering Quality in WebKit's Open Source Graphics Stack
Dominik Röttsches (Intel)
Location: Imperial A
Track: WebKit

 

Tizen Compliance Overview
Bob Spencer (Intel)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Platform development

 

Tizen Store introduction
Hank Kim (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

[16:00] 4:00 – 4:40pm

Accelerated HTML5 Rendering for the Tizen Platform
Henry Song (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Imperial A
Track: WebKit

 

Fixing the leaking tap -- power management enabling and tuning for IA Tizen phone
Austin Zhang (Intel), Yong Wang (Intel)
Location: Franciscan
Track: Power and performance

 

Publishing to Tizen using the automated conversion/repackaging of existing android apps
Hyeokgon Ryu (Infraware)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Porting to Tizen

 

Tizen Compliance Tests (TCT)
Hojun Jaygarl (Samsung Electronics), Cathy Shen (Intel), Tina Zhao (Intel)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Platform development

 

Tizen. Using the Smart Approach to Attract Apps
Trevor Cornwell (appbackr)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

[16:45] 4:45 – 6:30pm

Booth Crawl

Location: Golden Gate Room

Join us for a Booth Crawl at the Tech Showcase. Enjoy a slider station and sample the best selection of local beers: Anchor Steam, Mad River Steelhead, North Coast Scrimshaw to mention but a few. Tasting notes available to help you really appreciate these local brews.

[18:30] 6:30 – 10:00pm

Pirates and Sailors Party

Location: Shuttles to/from Treasure Island

[23:30] 11:30pm

Werewolf and Hacker Lounge

Location: Franciscan Room

Late-night conference attendees can take refuge in the Hacker Lounge on the Lobby level—a space designed for all-hours play, collaboration, or a quiet escape. An array of comfortable seating, WiFi, Pac-Man, table tennis, and even a space for a game of Werewolf is available.

 

Friday 24th May

8:00am – 1:30pm

Tech Showcase
Location: Golden Gate

We would like to thank the sponsors for their commitment to the Tizen ecosystem! Today is your last chance to check out the demos and strike up a conversation around them. The showcase will be open until the end of the lunch period.

9:00 – 9:40am

Basics of HTML5 game development
Michal Budzynski (Mozilla)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Game development

 

Bringing Android Apps to Tizen
Mike Paquette (OpenMobile World Wide)
Location: Imperial A
Track: Porting to Tizen

 

Introduction to IVI
Rusty Lynch (Intel)
Location: Franciscan
Track: IVI

 

Native/hybrid Tizen Apps development technique
Kirill Kruchinkin (Symphony Teleca)
Location: Continental 1-3
Track: Native programming

 

Tizen Input Service Framework Overview
Ji-hoon Lee (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

 

Tizen Open Source Governance Model
Thiago Macieira (Intel), Yoonsoo Kim (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Platform development

9:45 – 10:25am

Approach of In-Vehicle Infotainment development on open source software
takeshi hoshina (toyota motor corporation)
Location: Franciscan
Track: IVI

 

Best Practice for Tizen Platform: from code to device
Gui Chen (Intel), Qiang Zhang (Intel)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Platform development

 

Introducing Project Anarchy, Havok's new free mobile development engine
Ryan Monday (Havok), Joel Van Eenwyk (Havok)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Game development

 

Open! Touch! WebGL! Authoring development "MatrixEngine for TIZEN"
Toru Hayashi (Neos Corporation)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

 

Porting existing PhoneGap apps to Tizen OS
Anil Kumar Yanamandra (ProKarma)
Location: Imperial A
Track: Porting to Tizen

 

Security Analysis of Native Applications for the Tizen platform
Vivek Sarkar (Rice University), Dan Wallach (Rice University), Michael Burke (Rice University)
Location: Continental 1-3
Track: Security
30 MINUTE BREAK

11:00 – 11:40am

Cordova on Tizen 2.0
Paul Plaquette (Intel)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

 

Entering Tizen world for iOS/Android developers
DukSu Han (Samsung Electronics), Cheng Luo (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Imperial A
Track: Porting to Tizen

 

How to embrace wayland for tizen
Juan Zhao (Intel), Zhiwen Wu (Intel)
Location: Franciscan
Track: IVI

 

Protecting JavaScript Source code in Web Runtime
Roger Wang (Intel)
Location: Continental 1-3
Track: Security

 

Tizen Telephony Framework in Tizen 2.1: what’s new?
Philippe Nunes (Intel), Harish Bishnoi (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Platform development

 

WebGL & WebSockets for 3D Multi-Platform Multiplayer Gaming
Ashraf Samy Hegab (MultiPlay.io)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Game development

11:45am – 12:25pm

Content Security Framework
Sreenu Pillutla (McAfee)
Location: Continental 1-3
Track: Security

 

Highly portable HTML5 games on Tizen
Tomasz Scislo (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Game development

 

HTML5 features on Tizen
Wonsuk Lee (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

 

Mobile OpenGL game porting to Tizen: hands-on experience
Yury Ushakov (XenZu Technologies)
Location: Imperial A
Track: Porting to Tizen

 

Next generation BlueZ & Bluetooth Smart devices
Johan Hedberg (Intel)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Platform development

 

Power Saving on Mobile
Yoshihiko Sugimoto (BRILLIANT SERVICE)
Location: Franciscan
Track: Power and performance

12:30 – 1:30pm

LUNCH
Location: Golden Gate and Plaza Rooms

[13:30] 1:30 – 2:10pm

Creating Cross-platform Apps for Tizen with Enyo
Art Dahm (LGE)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

 

Experiences Developing a Wayland Based Tizen IVI HMI
Ossama Othman (Intel)
Location: Franciscan
Track: IVI

 

It May Be Simple But How Is It Useful, Smack Me Now
Michael Demeter (Intel), Casey Schaufler (Intel)
Location: Continental 1-3
Track: Security

 

Migration of Existing WebApps to Tizen
Seung Mo Cho (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Imperial A
Track: Porting to Tizen

 

TIZEN Collaboration Project: Location-based Social Media (Giraffe) and Social Appointment (Rendezvous) Service Prototyping
Justin Chen (Stanford), Jeff Ericson, Janice Lan, and Aaron Acosta (Stanford)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Other

 

Write Your "Angry Bird" Game on Tizen for Fun and Profit
Lu Guanqun (Intel)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Game development

[14:15] 2:15 – 2:55pm

Acrodea's Vivid Runtime solution on Tizen
Ariro Nagayama (Acrodea, Inc.)
Location: Imperial B
Track: Game development

 

Audio management for Tizen IVI
Jaska Uimonen (Intel)
Location: Franciscan
Track: IVI

 

Hardening WebKit2
Thiago Marcos Pinto Santos (Intel)
Location: Continental 1-3
Track: Security

 

Porting iOS and Android Applications to Tizen
Stephen Feloney (Appcelerator)
Location: Imperial A
Track: Porting to Tizen

 

The Tizen Web Device API
Kisub Song (Samsung Electronics), Daehyung Jo (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 5 & 6
Track: Application development

 

Tizen.org Web Infrastructure
Michael Shaver (Intel), Daehyeon Jung (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 4
Track: Other
30 MINUTE BREAK

[15:30] 3:30 – 5:30pm

[DevLab] Creating a Tizen Application: Start to Finish
Bob Spencer (Intel), Burnham Hod Greeley (Samsung Electronics)
Location: Continental 4-6
Track: Application development
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