Next week's Mashup Camp (the unconference for the uncomputer) at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA is fully-booked at 400 people and a waiting list is forming (here's the registration page to get on the waiting list). Last February, everyone who showed up at the door on the day of the event got in due to cancellations and no shows. The same could happen this time. All that said, there's still room in Mashup University which takes place during the two days before camp on July 10 and July 11. Mashup University will consist of two days of intensive hands-on training on the use of various mashup APIs and mashup development tools. The sponsoring technology providers are the ones doing the teaching. Whereas Mashup Camp is being held for the second time, this is our first run at Mashup University and, if it's successful, the plan is to run it again in other cities around the country. Mashup University is free to attend and everyone gets fed too. But there's limited space. So, if you're interested, here's how to register and if you want more information, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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