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As evidenced by Barack Obama’s successful presidential campaign, we have clearly entered the age of the social web. This developer-oriented workshop will emphasize the use and application of free, open building blocks for enabling social networking features on your site or service, and provide illuminating insights from some of the key figures creating these technologies.
Git is a new distributed version control system that is fast, flexible, works offline and supports powerful local branching and easy merging that encourages non-linear workflows and makes developers far more productive and efficient.
This tutorial will introduce you to Git, rid you of your SVN sins, and teach you how to become more efficient and productive as a programmer.
This course presents a minimalist approach to interface design known as "S.A.T." Developed by Damian Conway over the past decade, this design philosophy can produce smaller, better focused, more usable module APIs.
Location: Ballroom A1
Now that everyone and their dog has some sort
of a digital camera, what are you supposed to
do with it, and how? What real solutions are
out there that aren't just for the subfenestrated?
Open source shares critical values with government and public education that make them function in the ideal; meritocracy of ideas, transparency, collaboration. But where is the sweet spot in the confluence of these social, technical, and public policy ideals? And where is the opportunity for the citizen developer to get involved?
Moderated by: Simon St.Laurent
Would you like to write for O'Reilly? Blog? Create podcasts or screencasts? Come find out what the possibilities include.