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MozCamp and Vancouver PHP

By Shane Caraveo, April 17, 2008

We had an excellent three days this week, starting off with a gathering of local developers working on various mozilla-based applications that we called MozCamp.

TDK 4.1 released

By Kendra Penrose, April 17, 2008

Even with our fearless leader at Toolapalooza this week, we have gone ahead and released TDK 4.1. This version includes some great new features and is now available for purchase or a 21-day free trial.

Along with bug fixes, some new features include:

Open Web Vancouver, Day 2

By , April 16, 2008

Day two of the Open Web Vancouver started off with a bang courtesy of Brad Neuberg's *packed* Google gears Talk. Throughout the day we had a whole slew of talks ranging form our Microformats mini-track ( featuring a large chunk of the so-called Microformats Mafia ), an Open Social talks from Kevin Marks, two more great talks from Derick Rethans and Chris Hartjes and a bunch of other stuff I didn't get to see.

Open Web Vancouver, Day 1

By , April 15, 2008

We started the morning with a packed house and not one but two Keynotes, the first by my friend Zak Greant; if you have a chance to see him give ' The Age of Literate Machines ' at an open source conference nearby, run ( don't walk ). ... =) Tomorrow things really get into gear with talks from Google speakers on Gears and Opensocial , a series of talks on Microformats and the Semantic web , and the day end with Social Camp III , a free-for-all of lightning talks around Social Network development and other topics.

Tooling at Toolapalooza

By Jeff Hobbs, April 11, 2008

You'll find me next week at Cisco central for their Toolapalooza event. That's a catchy name for the show Cisco sets up for their own employees to peruse the various vendors they use.

Category: tcl

XTech 2008

By , April 11, 2008

Open data standards development has led to web-wide programming APIs and virtualization. Not only data are on the move, but applications and servers are too. This year's XTech conference in Dublin, Ireland gathers developers, information designers, and managers that work...

Open data standards development has led to web-wide programming APIs and virtualization. Not only data are on the move, but applications and servers are too.

php|tek 2008 - Don't get left out again

By , April 9, 2008

The annual php|tek Conference, organized by php|publishers, has lined up 50 sessions and tutorials this year for a well-balanced and serious learning experience. ******************************************************** WHAT: php|tek WHEN: May 20-23, 2008 WHERE: Chicago, IL REGISTER: http://tek.phparch.com/c/p/signup ******************************************************** Attend the conference for...The annual php|tek Conference, organized by php|publishers, has lined
up 50 sessions and tutorials this year for a well-balanced and serious
learning experience.

Face-to-face with Komodo and Dracula

By Shane Caraveo, April 7, 2008

I've a couple speaking engagements lined up over the next couple months. The first is at LinuxFest Northwest where I'll be talking about the Open Komodo project. We had a table setup there last year, and a couple talks.

MozCamp at OpenWeb Vancouver

By Shane Caraveo, April 7, 2008

We've organized a small get together of XUL app developers in BC who are attending the OpenWeb Vancouver conference. Here's the details for anyone who might be interested, hope to see you there! MozCamp Vancouver, Sunday April 13, 12pm to...

We've organized a small get together of XUL app developers in BC who are attending the OpenWeb Vancouver conference.  Here's the details for anyone who might be interested, hope to see you there!

MozCamp Vancouver, Sunday April 13, 12pm to 5pm

Change 1236

By , April 4, 2008

Today Todd committed change 1236 to the Open Komodo tree, which to me is a particularly significant change for a couple of reasons: