Mashup University underway in Silicon Valley

Summary:Mashup University got off to good start this morning here at the Computer History Museum in the heart of Silicon Valley.  After breakfast, the day opened with an Introduction to Mashup Programming 101 taught by Brian Hamlin.

Mashup University got off to good start this morning here at the Computer History Museum in the heart of Silicon Valley.  After breakfast, the day opened with an Introduction to Mashup Programming 101 taught by Brian Hamlin.  We've got about 100 people here and room for more if you're in the area and want to head over for the second day (July 11) of camp.  Also, if you're interested in a small beer/wine crawl, there'll be a networking reception tonight at the Computer History Museum that starts at 6pm and runs until around 8pm.  There's room for about 50 more people.  Pictured below is Hamlin on stage with a large display of some JavaScript that he developed for the class on the wall behind him.

Brian Hamlin

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