Tim Berners-Lee at Over the Air 2010: what open data means for mobile developers

8 09 2010

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, W3C director and inventor of the Web, will be delivering a keynote talk on Saturday 11 September at the Over the Air mobile developper event.

Tim has been a vociferous proponent of open data, especially in government, and will be talking about what open data means for mobile developers. Tim will also mention the importance of Web apps and not phone apps, arguing that if it doesn’t have a URL, then it isn’t on the Web and doesn’t get serendipitous reuse.

Over the Air 2010 is the third edition of a free developer event where developers, designers, enthusiasts, entrepreneurs and academics can come together to celebrate, discuss, learn, and geek out for 24 hours.


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