See Rich at Google I/O

May 26th, 2009 4 Comments

Google I/OA quick note, Rich will be presenting at Google I/O this Thursday on a panel called “OpenSocial in the Enterprise“.

He’ll be sharing our experiences with OpenSocial and Connect. Although we haven’t yet released our OpenSocial container, Rich and Anthony have been tinkering with it for over a year and have a sandbox environment we’ve been using internally for interested developers.

The guys are attending both days I think, so if you’re going or wanted that extra push to go, you can meet them there.

Google I/O runs May 27-28 at the good old Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Not sure if the panel will be recorded, but I suspect it will be. Maybe Rich will find a moment to blog his thoughts next week.

Thanks to Chet for reminding me.


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4 Responses to “See Rich at Google I/O”

  1. chet Says:

    You guys are showing what was once “fluff” actually has value…it's just not readily observable (with an actual demo I mean). Doing so in a gigantic corporate environment to boot. Can't wait until Oracle begins to sell (or open source) the products all of you have created.

    (Hey John, too busy watching hockey huh? FIRST!)

  2. Jake Says:

    Thanks Chet. You and me both. We're hoping OraTweet will serve as a test case that we can use to clear the way for Connect.

    Then again, you might be disappointed 🙂

  3. Sreya Dutta Says:

    This is cool Jake. Can we see a recording if possible? Good luck to Rich!

  4. Jake Says:

    I think I read somewhere the keynotes, at least, were recorded. I'll bug Rich to get a recording and post it here.

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