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OSCON ’10 RFP Is Open!

It’s that time of year again….and this year OSCON is back in Portland! The deadline for submitting your talk is Feb 1st, so if you’ve been building or learning awesome Open Source technology, don’t hesitate to get your proposal in. Remember that the process is competitive, so write your proposal with an eye toward what […]

OSCON dojo.beer() Tonight!

Sorry for the late notice, but the inimitable Matthew Russell has organized another dojo.beer() event for 7pm tonight (Wed, July 22nd) at O’Flaherty’s pub in San Jose, near the convention center. Should be a great time, so if you’re in the area, hopefully we’ll see you there!

Some OSCON Proposal Tips

For the last several years I’ve been lucky to serve on the OSCON program committee. What that means, basically, is that for a couple of weekends a year I sit down with all the talks that have come in through the “call for participation” process for my track (web stuff) and try to sort out […]

OSCON 2009 Call For Papers Is Open!

I’m a bit tardy on this, but the OSCON 2009 Call For Papers is now open. In the past couple of years the shift from desktop-centric to a more web-centric OSCON has continued to make the conference useful and engaging, and great work on topics like JavaScript/Ajax performance, Dojo, Comet, and many of the emerging […]