Meet a webinos project member in Tallinn on 16th May 2013 @ 16.00, Estonian IT College and get insights in multi-screen application development.

Learn how webinos as an open source platform connects your devices securely and allows Web-technologies based applications to run and use services and resources across different domains such as mobile, desktop, home media, in-car infotainment and Internet of Things (IoT).

Bring your development laptop and optionally an android device and get involved in the practical setup and coding session. You have already an idea for a multi-screen application? Excellent! Develop your first webinos application with immediate support and share your feelings with us. Get a glimpse of the Webinos repository at github.

Requirements: Laptop (Linux, Mac, Windows) with disk space to load and install additional software, basic Web development skills (HTML, CSS and JavaScript).

Trainer: Martin Lasak studied computer engineering at the Technische Universität Berlin. He graduated with the completion of his thesis on Privacy and Integrity Preservation in Client-Side Web Mashups in the field of Open Communication Systems. Employed as research associate at the Competence Center Future Applications and Media (FAME) of Fraunhofer FOKUS, Martin mainly focuses his research activities on multi-device architectures and Web security. He has been involved in national and international industry and research projects covering cross-platform computing and distributed applications.

Venue: Many thanks to the Estonian Information Technology College for the awesome venue. For those who don’t know them yet – IT College is the leading IT institution of applied higher education in Estonia. What makes the IT College special is its academic staff that are all professionals in the field – a third of all of the lecturers come from IT firms and companies or state IT departments. And obviously the fact that Yep is formed by graduates of IT College.

Register here, only 30 spots available.