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Patrick Chanezon about Platforms and Software Development

 

Slides for the GSP East 2008 OpenSocial Talks

June 11th, 2008 · 4 Comments

This morning we had 2 talks about OpenSocial at the GSP East 2008 conference. Here are the slides. OpenSocial + Google App Engine Technical Overview, 9:05am – 9:30am Wednesday, 06/11/2008 | View | Upload your own OpenSocial: Open for Business, 11:15am – 12:00pm Wednesday, 06/11/2008 | View | Upload your own

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Slides for Google IO – Meet the OpenSocial Containers session

May 29th, 2008 · No Comments

Yesterday we had a great session at Google I/O where 12 OpenSocial containers presented their offering and answered questions: OpenSocial is really picking up steam, with 4 of them live, representing 275 million users, many sandbox environments and many planning to ship soon. Our secret guest was Eric Staats from AOL, who announced that AOL […]

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OpenSocial Tour in Brazil

May 17th, 2008 · No Comments

After Argentina, the OpenSocial South America Tour moved to Brazil, a very social country where Orkut is very important (58% of Orkut users are in Brazil). We gave talks in 3 universities, in Sao Paulo (Universidad Mackenzie), Campinhas (UNICAMP) and Porto Alegre (UFRGS – Campus do Vale). The talks attracted more students than in Argentina, […]

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OpenSocial Argentina Hackathon

May 16th, 2008 · No Comments

After giving talks in 6 universities in Argentina at the beginning of the OpenSocial South America Tour, we organized a hackathon at the Globant office in Buenos Aires. It was the most successful hackathon we organized so far: 100 developers stormed the Globant office, and after a few talks by representatives from Joyent, Globant, Google, […]

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OpenSocial South America Tour pictures and slides

April 30th, 2008 · 1 Comment

The OpenSocial South America Tour started on monday in Buenos Aires and Tandil, Argentina, and it’s a lot of fun! Here are some pictures of the first 2 days, I will add more to this album as we go. And here are the slides of yesterday’s presentation: | View | Upload your own

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“Comparing Social Platforms” Panel at Web 2.0 today

April 23rd, 2008 · 1 Comment

Today I’ll be representing Google (Orkut and iGoogle) at the “Comparing Social Platforms” Panel at Web 2.0 moderated by Justin Smith from the Inside Facebook blog. There will be representatives from facebook, MySpace, Bebo and SixApart. Should be a fun panel. One of the questions he plans to ask is about viral channels and balancing […]

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Google OpenSocial Platforms: Orkut and iGoogle

April 22nd, 2008 · 2 Comments

Jia Chen from RockYou invited me to talk about Google OpenSocial platforms, Orkut and iGoogle during his talk at Web 2.0 Expo this morning: Building an App for Social Platforms. It was a great sessions, with representative from hi5 and MySpace presenting their implementation of OpenSocial, and Jia and Raymond showing how to create an […]

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OpenSocial Foundation: OpenSocial is now officially an open standard, and Yahoo! joins!

March 25th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Google, Yahoo! and MySpace announced today the creation of the OpenSocial foundation to manage the OpenSocial specifications. The specifications will live on opensocial.org. Many of the social sites I have been talking to in the past few months have been asking questions about the openness of the specification and its governance model: this should answer […]

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Facereviews interview about OpenSocial

March 10th, 2008 · No Comments

At the Graphing Social Patterns conference last week, I was lucky to meet Rodney Rumford from the excellent FaceReviews blog. He asked me some very interesting questions about OpenSocial and the future of social applications. You can find the interview on his blog, or from YouTube. I’ll expand on one of the themes we talked […]

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