Around the MashupCamp fire

Around the MashupCamp fire

Summary: MashupCamp is getting underway this morning at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. About 300 mashers have gathered to geek out on the latest innovations in Web- based applications.

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MashupCamp is getting underway this morning at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. About 300 mashers have gathered to geek out on the latest innovations in Web- based applications. As my colleague and MashupCamp head counselor David Berlind said, it's the "only event where mashup developers get to rub shoulders with API providers, mashup enablers – for example, The Eclipse Foundation(attending!) – and other mashup developers in a way that can only accelerate the evolution and pace of innovation in the just now-emerging mashup ecosystem." Plenty of junk food, blogging, podcasting, and mashing up. 

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 MashupCamp head counselor David Berlind kicks of the two-day event

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Sayings that MashupCamp plays by--the "uncamp"

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MashupCamp chief organizers Doug Gold and David Berlind

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MashupCampers from from Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Intel, Six Apart, Amazon, eBay and a host of other large and small companies pitch their APIs to their fellow campers

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Anil Dash of Six Apart pitches his  APIs

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Wiki creator Ward Cunningham introduces his session topic--Tools for Ah-has: Things that help you make and share ideas

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David Berlind with Podtech's chief John Furrier

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MashupCamp schedule taking shape

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ZDNet's chief masher John Potter

John Musser's Programmable Web has a list of over 400 mashups and a database of APIs.

Podtech.net is podcasting from MashupCamp, interviewing several attendees. 

Topic: Software Development

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