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Python3.0 and its love interest with Google App Engine

March 7, 2009

This is a joint meeting of Silicon Valley Web Builder (SVWB) and Silicon Valley Google Technology User Group (SV-GTUG). Our speakers will share the latest development on Python 3.0 compared to Python 2.0 and the role of Python in Google App Engine. Top open social developer from Buddy Poke will share his insight in launching […]

The Sound of iPhone Data: Analytics and Business Intelligence

March 7, 2009

Event Title: The Sound of iPhone Data: Analytics and Business Intelligence Date/Time: 3/25/09 Wed 7-9PM Speaker: Sean Galligan, VP of Business Development at Flurry, Inc. Location: Hurricane Electric Address: 48233 Warm Spring Blvd, Fremont California 94539 Food & Drink: Sponsored by Hurricane Electric What You Will Learn: iPhone App Store – How to improve your […]

The Matrix of AJAX Revolutions: JQuery, Dojo, YUI, GWT, and MooTools

February 18, 2009

We are excited about our expert panel on AJAX Libraries. We encourage you to submit questions to Google Moderator for our panel. Our social hour is from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. We welcome any hiring managers or corporate recruiters to announce any job openings during the social hour. Google Moderator State of Job […]

Get ready for a great Ajax Panel here in Mountain View next Wednesday

February 14, 2009

We’re gearing up for an exciting Ajax panel here in Mountain View, with panelists who are among the top innovators in their field, each closely associated with a major javascript project.

UI2.0 Bringing Sexy Back Re-cap

October 29, 2008

When I first sat down with Bess to talk about doing a panel, one of the things we realized was that there was much discussion around Web 2.0 and it’s technical, social and business impacts within the web, but not much discussion on how it has impacted the field of UI. Thepanel explored how Web […]

HTML5 WebSocket and WebJneering

October 20, 2008

I want to tell you about HTML5, specifically about the advances in bi-directional, asynchronous communication. But I’m troubled. Consider two propositions that I didn’t come up with: 1) Nothing is new, 2) Everything Sucks. Let these simple truths cast a shadow upon the tale you are about to read… HTML5 provides a new thing called […]

Hackathon 4 Kids

October 20, 2008

Hackathon 4 Kids Register: Admission: FREE Participating Kids: FREE geek toy (Until supplies last) Speakers: Doug Ricket, Map Engineer from Google Marzia Niccolai, App Engine Engineer from Google Date: 11/9/08 Sun Time: 1:15pm-4:15pm Location: Foothill College Campus Address: 12345 El Monte Road Los Altos Hills, CA 94022 Parking: Parking Lot 5 Website: Toy […]

HTML 5, The Future is Now!

October 16, 2008

During the last 5 years, we have seen the birth of Ajax — the term, not the techniques — and its evolution to include Comet, a variety of clever workarounds that allow any modern browser to receive new information from the Web server, but without having to flood the network with HTTP requests.  We have […]

Comet, HTML5, Web Sockets…. What an exciting event.

October 3, 2008

I am really looking forward to being panel moderator at October’s SV Web Builder meeting ( announcement ). As an added bonus to the event I will be giving a workshop covering coving comet in detail and showing how you can get started using comet. This event has an all-star lineup of panelist including Dion […]

Ask and vote your questions

October 1, 2008

We’ll be using the latest Google Moderator to collect questions for our Oct discussion panel. You can vote your or others’ questions. Below is the Twitter shorten URL you can use Consider following our Twitter! Twitter URL: