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Open Source Bridge 2013

Favorite proposals for this user

* Pinoccio - Building an Open Hardware Company, Year 1

From starting an open-hardware business, to designing user-centric products, to running a successful crowdfunding campaign, to managing manufacturing and fulfillment. There are lots of unknowns. We'll cover all the gory details of how we started Pinoccio, including lucky breaks and silly mistakes.
Business 2013-03-20 18:22:29 +0000
Eric Jennings, Sally Carson

* TeleHash - Replacing REST APIs With a Messaging-Passing DHT for Apps

The age of REST is in full swing for building a modern app but it's starting to show strain: increased development complexity across multiple APIs, managing state in mobile apps, and a reliance on centralizing services to solve problems.
Chemistry 2013-03-20 19:39:51 +0000
Jeremie Miller

Open Source Bridge 2011

Favorite sessions for this user

* Bitcoin 101

An introduction to the cryptocurrency system called Bitcoin. The cryptography, the economics of currency bootstrapping, and the traction its getting today.
Culture
Don Park

* Open Source: Saving the World

Most of us get involved with open source as a way to solve the problems we face on a day-to-day basis. But technology in general, and open source software in particular, also provides the key to solving the more catastrophic problems that people face around the world today.
Culture
Noirin Plunkett

* The Locker Project, TeleHash, and You

Get an introduction to what these projects are, how they can help you with your personal data, and what kinds of exciting things are being built atop them.
Chemistry
Jeremie Miller

Favorite proposals for this user

* Asynchronous... what?

Understand what asynchronous really means by exploring the plumbing below projects such as Node.js and gevent.
Chemistry 2011-02-28 08:46:03 +0000
Ludovico Fischer

* Infrastructure for 21st Century Citizenship

Oregon faces big problems, and new ways of thinking and engaging need to be created to solve them. There is a pressing need for an open source, easy-to-use online platform where Oregonians can raise issues, identify needs, exchange information, offer support and resources, connect with one another, and take action together toward shared solutions that improve our neighborhoods, our communities and our state.
Culture 2011-03-16 18:32:08 +0000
Mark Frischmuth