Photos: Techies gather at MashupCamp

Photos: Techies gather at MashupCamp

Summary: There were no s'mores roasting over a campfire--this gathering was all about smooshing software code to create custom applications.


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  • the crowd

    The age of the mashup is upon us, with software developers quickly adopting new techniques for custom-building Web applications. One sign of their enthusiasm was the crowd at the first-ever MashupCamp, held Monday at the Computer History Museum in San Jose, Calif. The grassroots movement has sparked interest at companies small and large: Among the attendees were folks from Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Intel, and eBay.

  • the format

    Casting itself as an "unconference," MashupCamp had an open-ended format underscored by some downright Zen inclinations.

  • Ward Cunningham

    Ward Cunningham, creator of wiki technology, pitches his session on mashups and sharing.

Topic: Enterprise Software

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