Tag: Mashup Camp

Localization Unconference: The First 10 Years

The event is still going strong and is now worldwide; organized by and attended by those interested in localization and related-areas of our industry who want to meet and make connections through the discussion of hot topics or things that normally don’t get on the regular conference circuit agenda.

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End of PowerPoint Karaoke: The First Localization and Internationalization UnConference

Yes, the first Localization and Internationalization UnConference is being held next month in Silicon Valley. Very Web 2.0. Building on the Mashup Camp experience, Ultan O’Broin of Oracle and Shawna Wolverton of Salesforce are bringing a localization and internationalization UnConference to Silicon Valley on March 14, 2008. It’s free, with lunch and facilities kindly provided...

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And This One Time, At Mashup Camp Dublin …

I was very impressed with the UnConference section of Mashup Camp, held at the Guinness Brewery Storehouse in Dublin. The format offers great potential for sharing of knowledge, and a challenge to the more traditional conference formats. Mashup Camp consisted of an initial 1.5 days of Mashup University, which, to be honest, was similar to...

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Localization UnConference Please

Heard about UnConferencing? Or Mashup Camp? Who is going to be the first to try this in the Localization space? Strikes me that the sum of intelligence of the people in the audience is always greater than that of those speaking. You can hear an Irish radio broadcast about UnConferencing at: http://www.rte.ie/news/2007/1105/drivetime.html (“The Chatter”) Will...

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