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Panel led by Regan Fletcher, Intel with Guy Kawasaki, Alltop; Loic LeMeur, Seesmic; Ben Parr, Mashable; and Scott Hershowitz, NBA
A great Elements 2010 unconference sharing tips and tricks for porting apps to the netbook platform with AppUp. There were plenty of gems brought out by a very interactive audience. Porting topics included accessibility, platform consideration, and more. View the video here
Lee Bamber from The Game Creators hosted an open discussion on whether AppUp client should install common drivers and APIs such as DirectX, so app do not need to distribute the drivers and files with each application. Unconference session - no slides Continue discussion here.
Renee kicked off Elements welcoming attendees to the first AppUp Elements Conference. Renee discussed computing experiences across a continuum of devices and set a vision for de-fragmenting the computing market with a write once deploy to many vision for AppUp. Renee announced new store partners Asus, Best Buy, Chroma and Dixons, apps and content from Barnes & Noble and a new free Unity SDK forAtom to be made available on the AppUp developer program.
Peter Biddle kicked off the Elements party with a fireside chat along with John Middleton, Don Harbert, & Scott Apeland. It was an amazing Q&A session with questions on .NET, TV, if Intel cares, and a fun debate about enrollment fees. See the whole thing here. Video courtesy of neuronspark.com. Visit source Continue the discussion here.