Mashup Camp

Speed Geeking

A similar concept to "Speed Dating" :) Fun and ingenious when applied to Mashup Camp and Mashup developers.

At Mashup Camp, developers demonstrate their mashup(s) in short 15 minute sessions at their demo tables. Attendees move from table to table and cast their votes (using wooden nickels) for the Best at Camp Mashup.

To see Intel examples of Speedgeeking at Mashup Camp 2, check out our event wiki.
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    David Berlind and Eleanor Kruszewski came up with the idea to host an unconference to share awareness and discuss the use of APIs being published by companies like Yahoo!, Google, A9 (Amazon), eBay, Microsoft, EVDB, and others. The first event was held on February 20-21, 2006. Intel is actively participating in the July 12-13, 2006 event and will be demonstrating API based mashups with Amazon and Elephant Drive.

    What is a mashup?
    A website or web application that used web services or APIs to combines content from more than one source.

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  • Intel Mobile Team Back from Mashup Camp

    The Intel Mobile Software Development Team spent the week of July 10th, 2009 in Mountain View, CA with 490 other enthusiastic software developers at Mashup Camp. This event is unique in that it uses the "Open Space Methodology" for a conference. Attendees determine the discussion content at event time to ensure relevance and timeliness. Discussions topics are proposed by moderators and everyone is free to contribute to the discussion. Speed Geeking, derived from Speed Dating :), is used to present demos.

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