15.5.06

Planning XTech


Like I told you before, I'm going to XTech 2006, so I'm just planning which presentations I'll be watching:

Wednesday:
09:00 - How American are Startups?
09:45 - Building a Participation Platform at Yahoo!
11:00 - Putting the BBC's Programme Catalogue on Rails
11:45 - Collaborative Atlas: Post geopolitical boundaries
14:00 - Web 2.0 On Speed
14:45 - Publish-subscribe using Jabber
16:00 - XML, REST, and SOAP at Yahoo
16:45 - The power of declarative thinking

Thursday:
09:00 - Ignorance is not a defence
09:45 - An open (data) can of worms
11:00 - Native to a Web of Data: Designing a part of the Aggregate Web
11:45 - Developing for the Personal InfoCloud
14:00 - The Intelligent Design of Microformats
14:45 - ODF: Our Document Future
16:00 - Standardising Web Applications: Rich Web Clients at W3C
16:45 - Making Connections: Exploring new forms of semantic browsing

Friday:
09:00 - Bringing Web 2.0 to Mobile Devices
09:45 - Mobile Web Applications
11:00 - Mini Map - A web page visualization method for mobile phones
11:45 - The End of the Open Internet?: Network Service and Security in Web 2.0
14:00 - Building Software With Human Intelligence: What Amazon Mechanical Turk Can Do For You and Your Customers
14:45 - JavaScript 2 and the Future of the Web

Now, I know that when the time comes I'll miss all of those and go to see others, but I needed to start with a plan, right?

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