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Tizen Developer Conference coming soon to San Francisco

Mar 29, 2013  |  Rick Lehrbaum
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The second annual Tizen Developer Conference will be held May 22-24 in San Francisco. The event targets Tizen OS and app developers, mobile operators, hardware designers, ISVs, and open source enthusiasts.

The goal of the conference, according to its organizers, is to bring together individuals and businesses who share the goal of developing Tizen as an open platform for use in a wide range of devices ranging from smartphones to in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems.

Keynotes and sessions can be expected to cover topics such as…

  • Upcoming and popular applications
  • Tizen API and SDK information
  • App development, both HTML5-based and native
  • Design guidelines and User Experience issues
  • Deploying Tizen apps, including monetization, internationalization, and localization
  • New devices and product development stories
  • Improvements and developments in Tizen hardware adaptation
  • Hardware topics and information
  • Platform tools and process topics and information

“Last year we welcomed over 950 registered attendees from 32 countries,” says the event’s prospectus.

For further information on this event, go here.

About Tizen


Tizen Architecture
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Basically, Tizen is a cross-architecture, open source software platform based on a comprehensive standards-based HTML5 implementation that was designed to support multiple device segments, including the smartphone, tablet, smart TV, netbook, and in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) markets.

To achieve this cross-platform flexibility, Tizen uses HTML5 as the main focus for application development, allowing developers to maintain a single codebase. The Tizen platform supports Web applications (HTML, Javascript, CSS) and provides a rich set of services that include an application framework plus content, location, messaging, multimedia, network, social, and system services.

The presentation slides from Intel’s Tizen talk at IDF2013 in Beijing can be viewed here. For further details on Tizen, visit the Tizen Project website.

 

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2 Responses to “Tizen Developer Conference coming soon to San Francisco”

  1. jezra says:

    “Early bird discounts” are available until March 1st

    Considering the discount ended 4 weeks ago, I’m going to call this ‘old news’

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