JavaOne 2007 talk on Blueprints for Mashups: Practical Strategies, Tips, and Code for Designing and Building
If you are attending JavaOne 2007 and are interested in learning more about mashups, the talk titled Blueprints for Mashups: Practical Strategies, Tips, and Code for Designing and Building (TS-6676) should be a good talk to attend. Its on Thursday May 10, 2007 10:55 to 11:55. The speakers are Sean Brydon (me), Mark Basler, and Gregory Murray.
Basicallly a mashup is a web site or application that combines content from more than one source, typically another service on the web, into a single web application.
From the abstract: "Web applications are making their functionality and data available as a live service, so that other applications can combine, or mash up, with those live services to offer a new and creative user experience. This presentation identifies some of the key problems and issues facing developers and provides some practical strategies and code examples for successfully jump-starting your own mashups. The session looks under the hood, examines popular live services, and identifies common problems and some of the underlying designs and technical choices of building mashup applications. It also discusses some of the issues you face when building your own live mashups. After exploring the concepts, the session discusses building a web application as a service and also building a mashup that combines [these services]."
Since not everyone can attend JavaOne, I will try to blog soon about the contents in the talk and maybe post the slides after JavaOne.
What topics would you expect to be covered in a talk like this?
hope to see you there,