June 12th, 2008 | Published in Google OpenSocial
A couple of weeks ago, Google's developer conference Google I/O was held in San Francisco and 3,000 developers came to listen, talk and hack together. If you couldn't make it, or if you came but found that two sessions you wanted to see were on at the same time, you can now see video and slides of many of the presentations at the Google I/O site.
Here's the full list of Social sessions:
- Apache Shindig: Make your Social Site an OpenSocial Container
- Best Practices for Spreading Your App without Ruining the User Experience
- Building on the Promise of OpenSocial
- Meet the OpenSocial Containers
- Monetizing Application Traffic On Social Networks
- OpenSocial - Scaling and Analytics, Nuts & Bolts
- OpenSocial: A Standard for the Social Web
- OpenSocial Across Containers
- OpenSocial at MySpace: Creating Popular Apps on MySpace
- OpenSocial, OpenID, and OAuth: Oh, My!
- OpenSocial Specification: What's Next for OpenSocial
- URLs are People Too - Using the Social Graph API to Build a Social Web