A Weekend of OpenSocial at Google in Mountain View

Posted on 05 February 2009 by Johannes Fahrenkrug. Tags: Programming Conferences OpenSocial
I got an email this week from Max Marmer, on of the co-organizers for the weekend apps event this February 20-22 at the Googleplex in Mountain View. Since I've written about OpenSocial before, he asked me to tell my readers (read: you and that guy in Montana) about this event. Here's his description:
Weekend apps is a 3 day hackathon for Open Social. We will begin Friday night, have a few keynote speeches, organize into teams and convene again on Sunday to share our work. We will offer technical help, source code, and a diverse array of developers, marketers and lawyers who can help you successfully launch your app. The top four teams will each receive a million banner impressions and $100 gift certificates.
It sounds like fun! I'd like to go, but I won't fly from Germany to California for this, I'm already doing that in June for this year's WWDC :). Oh, and Max was kind enough to throw in a 50% discount for the first 10 readers that would like to attend. Just contact Max to get the discount and tell him you read about the event here. They are close to capacity, so act quickly. I was too slow to get a ticket to Scotland on Rails and I still cry myself to sleep about it every night. Don't make the same mistake. And if you happen to be willing to sell a spare ticket to Scotland on Rails, please leave a comment!


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