BarCamp Atlanta Set For October 17-18

Lance reported yesterday that BarCamp Atlanta’s dates are now set for October 17-18, 2008. The official planning site has been updated as well. Keep an eye out for the registration form. Last year’s BarCamp Atlanta kept my brain whirring for 2 days and introduced me to friends and colleagues I’ve kept in touch with throughout […]

As If You Needed A Reason To Visit New Orleans

Three excellent events that I don’t think I can make it to, so you should go and eat and drink and take pictures and then come back and tell me about them: BarCamp NOLA, February 16 and 17. The BarCamp format is now a pretty tried and true way to learn things, meet fellow doers, […]

Your BarCamp Atlanta Moment Of Zen

Click To Play Tim inadvertently blesses a MacBook as he plays the Wiimote with the help of a language called ChucK.[Can anyone point me in the direction of the session leader, on the right in the video? I know he’s a member of atlHack, but didn’t catch his name.]

Run A Better Product Blog

Below are the slides from the presentation I did yesterday. There’s not a ton of text on them, but if you have any questions about any of the topics I’d be glad to explain roughly what I was talking about. As far as setup, the idea here is that product blogs are a specific subgenre […]

BarCamp Atlanta Short Update

I’m dragging this morning, so just a brief check-in. BarCamp Atlanta went on to the wee hours, in to the morning, and we’re now on day two. So far in a very condensed period of time I’ve heard interesting talks on OpenID, Merb, Web Comics, Second Life, Amazon FPS, and Facebook Apps. I’ve learned about […]

Two Hours To BarCamp Atlanta

I’m hurriedly shoving things in a bag for tonight’s BarCamp Atlanta session, which in theory lasts all the way through until tomorrow night. I’m very much looking forward to meeting more local developers and getting a glimpse into what’s happening development-wise in these parts. The prototype I’ve been thinking about didn’t come together in time, […]

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