The guys over at MyGreatFest have put together a short video showing off the venue for the world’s first iOS and jailbreaking convention, to be held in London on September 17th 2011.
The venue, The Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane in London, is an impressive, open space that will play host to some of the biggest names in the iOS and jailbreaking community with a talk from Jay (Saurik) Freeman promising to be one of the many highlights.
Our mission is to become the largest jailbreak/(i)community convention for coders, themers, hackers, developers or any other mobile device user. To leave others with the better understanding of what jailbreaking actually means to us, and that it does not stand for piracy. We aim to build upon a community that we believe to be the best there is. So please, tell the world our mission. MyGreatFest, for the community, by the community.
Schedule of MyGreatFest is also up!
Now this timetable is a representation of what will happen on the stage throughout the day, this is in no way a strict timetable. We do urge all attending to walk around have some fun, play some games, look at the stalls etc.
9 to 9.30
Arrive to event, have a complimentary coffee or tea. Have a look around.
9.30 to 9.50
People to be seated, Craig Fox will welcome all to the event. And introduce team involved.
10 to 11
45 minute talk from Joshua Lee Tucker aka @Darkmalloc and 15 minute Q&A session.
11.10 to 12.10
45 minute talk from @GiffGaff (Uk sim card company) and 15minute Q&A session.
12.20 to 1.10
1.15 to 2.15
40 minute talk from Vincent Van Mieghem aka @veence and a 15 minute Q&A session.
2.20 to 3.20
45 minute talk from Elias Limneos aka @limneos and a 15 minute Q&A session.
3.30 to 4.30
45 minute talk from Chris Simpson aka @apocolipse269 and a 15 minute Q&A session.
4.40 to 6
1 hour talk from Jay Freeman aka @Saurik and a 20 minute Q&A session
6.10 to 6.30
Craig Fox will come on stage and announce all giveaway winners and games tournaments winners.
Redmond Pie is an official sponsor of MyGreatFest and we highly recommend you pop along on September 17th – tickets can be ordered now.
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