Over the Air 2015

25-26 Sep 2015, London, United Kingdom

After organising Over the Air for 7 years, we took a hiatus in 2014, and now we’re back with fresh energy and ideas for 2015!

Michael Edwards

Speaker

MSCi Physics, PlayStation developer at Studio Output. I dabble in 3D and Photography. I enjoy anime and films and I love to read.

Adewale Oshineye

Adewale Oshineye

Speaker

Developer Advocate at Google. Working on protocols, standards and APIs that power the social web. Co-author of Apprenticeship Patterns. Learning to listen.

Alex Lakatos

Speaker

Mozilla Contractor by day, Mozilla Contributor and Freelance Web Developer by night.

Blanca Tortajada

Blanca Tortajada

Speaker

Designer at UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre. Film buff, book worm and enthusiastic traveler.

claire rowland

claire rowland

Speaker

Service design and UX research for connected home technology, with bursts of shouty/bleepy music, scepticism and proper beer.

Dan Jenkins

Dan Jenkins

Speaker

Web Developer @holidayextras, my views are my own

ML

Matt Lacey

The 6th annual Over the Air took place on Friday & Saturday the 27th & 28th of September at Bletchley Park. For two days we were based at Station X, hacking in the shadows of the WWII Enigma & Lorenz code-breakers, and hanging out at the home of Colossus the world’s first programmable computer….geek heaven!

Over the Air is a unique tech-agnostic event for and by the developer community, featuring technical workshops where attendees can roll up their sleeves and tinker with new mobile & web platforms, operating systems, APIs & open hardware. The tutorial sessions feature real business cases, new insights and a healthy dollop of inspiration.

Over the Air is an event that defies easy description. It’s a celebration of creativity. It’s a festival of all things mobile. It’s a place where attendees can learn about technologies, trends and techniques. It’s a sleep-over. It’s a two day party. It’s an event where practitioners of creative and technical disciplines can come together to learn from each other. It’s about recognizing software development as a creative discipline. It’s an opportunity to build new relationships. It’s a space where you can build cool stuff and show it off to an appreciative crowd. It’s all these things. And by the way, it’s free.

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