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Preparing for a panel on OpenAjax

I've started preparing for the first panel at next week's Mashup Camp on OpenAjax Alliance: Why Ajax Standards Matter. Some things I'm reading and synthesizing: naturally, the OpenAjax Alliance website John Resig – Thoughts on OpenAjax — the post by the master JavaScript developer from 2007 presents some good critiques of OpenAjax — I wonder […]

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What'd I'd like to have discussed at Mashup Camp

Later this month (from Nov 17-18), I'll be attending the latest Mashup Camp. I've been mulling over various sessions that I like to propose. This afternoon I finally wrote up one of them: "Learning and Teaching How to Create Mashups": In this session we will share our experiences about how we teach others to create […]


Notes from my class at Mashup University

On Monday, I gave an introductory talk on mashups at Mashup University.  I created a few notes while I talked. Here they are: Raymond Yee Lecturer, School of Information, UC Berkeley Feel free to send me email: / Book URL: or A project that I'm associated with: Some burning questions […]