Ross Mason discusses how to use enterprise mashups by applying a number of patterns, such as FeedFactory, Super Search, and Pipeline, in order to find new ways to benefit from existing enterprise data
Dylan Schiemann presents the current status of web development engulfed in lots of frameworks, languages, and browsers, advising on choosing the right technologies to secure the future of a web app.
After an introduction to XMPP, Jack Moffitt presents Strophe, a library for writing XMPP clients, and he demonstrates sample code showing how to program against it.
Dion Hinchcliffe presents the WOA technologies: RESTful services, linked data ecosystems, mashups, cloud computing, open APIs, and productivity-oriented software development models.
Dirk-Willem discusses the change program underway at the BBC - empowering the creative community in the use of dynamic technologies, web/2.0 and social networking in order to talk to their audience.
Jay Parikh will discuss various aspects of the software and systems that make up the Ning platform. Ning powers over 500,000 social networks and is one of the fastest growing Internet sites.
This presentation is a collection of four fifteen-minute mini-keynotes presented at the Glue conference in Denver, 2009. All presentations focused on aspects of "gluing together" web applications.
Part history, part vision, this keynote by Mitch Kapor looks at disruptive technologies in computing and applies lessons learned to outline a possible future for the Web.
Software architecture has become heavily influenced in recent years by the largest software system in the world: The Web. This session will take a comprehensive look at how the "Web as Platform"
Jonathan Trevor presents two Yahoo! technologies: Pipes and Y! Query Language (YQL). While Pipes is limited to Yahoo web services, YQL can process any structured data with an URL.
In his presentation, recorded at QCon San Francisco, MuleSource architect Dan Diephouse explores ways to use the Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) when building services in a RESTful way.
In this talk, Dave Crane explores ways to apply design patterns to the client tier, how the use of patterns compares with the server-side and examines server-control vs client-control.