[Noisebridge-discuss] notes for devhouse lightning talks
gnnrok at gmail.com
Sun Jul 10 03:20:36 UTC 2011
If anyone is interested here are some brief notes and contact info
from the lightning talks at devhouse
SHDH Lightning talks July 9th, 2011 Google notes.
Nicholas Reed - sponsor (Docusign)
Max Goodman POW -
HTML based presentation tool.
Node js interface to change slides via any device.
Shannon -jj Behrens (developer advocate youtube) -
3 billion views a day
200 million mobile
48hours video a minute available
350 million devices.
Restful APIs do upload manage search
Client libraries in java, .net, etc...
youtube primarily written in python
new to youtube. experimental live streaming apis.
youtube.com/create platform to create thirdparty video
iFrame based web application allowing you to create videos,
character animation and video editing.
Go Animate: allows you to make good looking animation within youtube
youtube-api-gdata at google.com
Andrew - underthesite.com
the sites info through regex and other matchers submitted and
then creates wiki entries of the data.
cantino at gmail.com
Mark Nelson - markmnelson at gmail.com - measuring peace @
Stanford Peace Innovation Lab
peace can be measured via the trace left behind on
negative and positive engagement can allow people to detect
possible needs for intervention of improvement on a large scale.
Secure Web Sharing - Arjun Guha (belay project)
Example: huffingtonpost (many sharing resources)
problem? only 5 or 6 sharing sites can be hardcoded into a web page
created using google app engine.
jquery wrap message -> server -> display result
Vasily Salomatov -
Appsgeyser API for creating stuff
ONLINE Puzzle Game Builder for Mobile Phone
QR Code - app creates a native mobile app with a puzzle of image
joe at cs.brown.edu, arjun at cs.brown.edu
Luke Gotszling luke at about.me - Grammar checker
runs on jquery and jquery.ui
overlay, just add as bookmark and open it for whatever page
Cesar Salazar - Hackspedition
devhouse organizer in Mexico City (~35)
what is it? hackspedition allows various hackers to meet and
collaborate from places around the world.
16 hackers from the Bay Area go to Mexico, to meet other hackers
in other cultures
hackspedition.org/nyc September 15, 2011
hackspedition.org/vha Villahermosa, Mexico November 3-7, 2011
Hack The Future
devhouse for kids (ages 10 and up)
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