LinuxWorld, an event that focuses exclusively on Linux and open source, is scheduled to take place August 6-9, 2007 at the Moscone Center. This year, the conference will feature Developer Days dedicated to Mobile Linux.
LinuxWorld Conference & Expo will be the place to be for attendees to learn about the latest on user interfaces, new applications for enhancing the user experience, and more through rich conference content and a series of 1-day programs dedicated to writing applications for mobile Linux education.
The ACCESS Developer Day features six hands-on sessions in which attendees will learn how to build applications for the ACCESS Linux Platform(TM). The day will kick off with a special, interactive, go-to-market session on “Developing Mobile Linux Applications and Bringing Them to Market.” It will also include a series of technical discussions that allow developers to leverage their Linux expertise and the open source tools already familiar to them, like Eclipse IDE and Glade UI designer, to develop innovative mobile applications for the ACCESS Linux Platform.
Motorola’s Fast Track with MOTODEV offers attendees the opportunity to meet the MOTODEV team and guide them to world–class business development, marketing, and go-to-market programs that can fast track development and maximize market success. Attendees will also discover tools and documentation resources, as well as get tips directly from on-site developer support engineers.
Wind River is also sponsoring a Developer Day where attendees will learn more about embedded Linux platforms, embedded technology, development tools, and solutions. They will also learn why developers have rapidly embraced Linux as the platform of choice for embedded device development and find out about new and emerging technologies that are key for critical application enablement.
Attendees can register for a free exhibit hall pass to LinuxWorld Conference & Expo on or before August 5, 2007. Exhibit hall passes are $50 thereafter. The pass provides attendees with access to the keynote addresses, feature presentations, birds-of-a-feather meetings and the exhibit hall floor.
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