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Thursday, November 10 • 10:00 - 13:00
Tizen DevLab Batch 1 LIMITED

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A complete walk through of building games on Tizen. Web application development & Porting Unity Games on Tizen

Points Covered-
1. Support to install Tizen SDK, Unity SDK , Make IDE Up and running  
2. What is Tizen, Tizen Eco system , Multi Profiles
3. Development environment, Tools, & Hello World
4. Brief of Tizen Architecture, Native, Web API overview ,Showcase IDE, Emulator, Target, Logs, Memory Tools, Sample Hello World Program.
6. Unity – Demo & Hands On Session, Demo - Setup Unity on Tizen, Hello World,HandsOn – Port an open source unity game onto Tizen
7. Hands On -  At least 3 hands on exercises to showcase Web API usage
8. Store validation and Certification, A brief about RTL

Important Pre-requisties
•Participants need to come with Laptop and should have installed latest public Tizen SDK  and (developer.tizen.org) •With a successful SDK/Emulator installation and a basic sanity check of SDK any sample, the hands-on session would be more fruitful. •or a hands-on session with Unity on Tizen, please setup unity sdk for Tizen as mentioned @ https://developer.tizen.org/community/tip-tech/first-steps-unity-tizen-part-1 • •This would enable you to follow the demo & hands-on session @ the Tizen Devlab •SDK Pre-Installation Instructions
•Kindly carry your own laptop for the event (Minimum 3GB RAM). •Install Tizen SDK from https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download •Prerequisites for installing Tizen SDK can be found at –Please refer to the Instruction material here (Highly recommended) •Or –https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download/installing-tizen-studiohttps://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download/installing-tizen-studio/prerequisites •Please note that, the hands-on exercise would not be fully executable without a successful emulator installation and sanity sample test. In that case we recommend to bring in another laptop which meets the requirements 

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Madhavi Akella

Chief Engineer, Samsung Research India Bangalore
Madhavi has worked in depth on telephony middleware and thereafter extensively contributed core messaging services and communication APIs for app development on various frameworks including Tizen. Currently she enthusiastically holds Tizen DevLab technical sessions as part of evangelizing... Read More →
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Nishant Deshpande

General Manager, Samsung Research India Bangalore
Nishant works as product manager for Tizen mobile devices. In recent past he was exploring ways to extend Tizen Native framework to a larger audience, using JavaScript / C#. Nishant also managed Tizen’s C++ based native framework and has also contributed to Samsung's bada platform... Read More →
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Ashish Kumar

Director, Samsung Research India Bangalore
In his 20 years’ experience in Mobile Industry, he has led development programs from Embedded SW to Application for Key platforms, Operators and Markets. He is Masters in Computer Tech from IIT-D. Ashish started his career as Wireless Protocol engineer and moved to Samsung Semicon... Read More →
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Sreedeep Moulik

Senior Chief Engineer, Samsung Research India Bangalore
Sreedeep is currently working for Tizen Graphics team. He has spent almost 10 years in Samsung for Software design and development majorly in Mobile domain. His major focus areas are Mobile Graphics Windowing System and Virtual Reality.
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Anvesh Myla

Senior Engineer, Samsung Research India Bangalore
Anvesh is an enthusiastic Web app developer, with complete understanding of Tizen Web app development. He has been with Samsung since a couple of years and has been dedicatedly contributing to app development aspects of Tizen.

Thursday November 10, 2016 10:00 - 13:00 IST
1.03 HICC, Hi-tec City, Hyderabad