Android Phone Agenda/Session/Speaker Viewer Available for Silicon Valley Code Camp From Falafel!!

Some Background

In my last post, I announced that Falafel had built an IPhone viewer for much of the Silicon Valley Code Camp data.  Of course, I was hugely excited and even quoted Lino Tadros, CEO of Falafel Software, calling me two months ago asking if I would like to have a fully functional IPhone and Windows 7 Phone application working for this years code camp.  Well, I didn’t actually tell the full truth.  Lino actually said “How would you like to have an IPhone, Android and Windows 7 Phone application for code camp”. 

One of Falafel’s excellent developers, Lance Bullock has done a lot of the work on these phone applications and I know how hard he’s worked to get them done. He’s also preparing two sessions for code camp on this development effort.  Bottom line, it’s simply astounding that in the short amount of time they had, they’ve delivered all three applications!  In addition to Lance, John Waters, President of Falafel has been heavily involved in the backend efforts for these apps and he is also giving two sessions.  Expect to see a lot of content from these guys on these amazing phone applications.  My hat is off to them.

Google, Sprint and Falafel are all Platinum Silicon Valley Code Camp Sponsors

Another reason I’m so excited to have an Android phone app (besides I use a a Sprint Epic 4G Android phone myself) is that this brings three of our Platinum sponsors together.  Google, who makes the Android operating system, Sprint who has the network and phones and of course Falafel who built the application

How To Get The Application

Simply go to the Market place on the android and search for Falafel Software.  You’ll find the app, download it and be ready to be impressed!

And, of course, some pictures of my Samsung Epic 4G from Sprint.

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6 People have left comments on this post

» Marcello de Sales said: { Oct 7, 2010 - 12:10:39 }

For those with a QR Reader, just scan this image and you will find the app in the market.

» Marcello de Sales said: { Oct 7, 2010 - 01:10:17 }
» Marcello de Sales said: { Oct 7, 2010 - 01:10:25 }

The app looks great!!! I wish we could load our selected sessions from the website and populate the Favorites component… Maybe we could hack the app during the sessions to this capability?

» Matt Maurer said: { Oct 7, 2010 - 06:10:59 }

High tech delivery to match a high tech event — nice work!

» Will Strohl said: { Oct 7, 2010 - 07:10:48 }

D’oh! I can’t find it in the Android marketplace. So that means it likely is not available for pre-2.0 Android devices. 🙁