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AJAXWorld 2006 West Power Panel with Google's Adam Bosworth

Bosworth Joined by Jesse James Garrett, Laszlo Founder David Temkin, HousingMaps.com Creator Paul Rademacher, Editor-in-Chief ..


Six of the Web's brightest and best minds - Google's Adam Bosworth, Laszlo Systems founder David Temkin, coiner of the term 'AJAX' Jesse James Garrett, Paul Rademacher of HousingMaps.com and Google, Web 2.0 Journal editor-in-chief Dion Hinchcliffe and Microsoft MVP Sahil Malik - wrestle with a host of issues in this 'AJAX Power Panel' moderated by SYS-CON Media Group Publisher and Editorial Director, Jeremy Geelan.


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j j 09/30/06 12:02:18 PM EDT

Six of the Web's brightest and best minds - Google's Adam Bosworth, Laszlo Systems founder David Temkin, coiner of the term 'AJAX' Jesse James Garrett, Paul Rademacher of HousingMaps.com and Google, Web 2.0 Journal editor-in-chief Dion Hinchcliffe and Microsoft MVP Sahil Malik - wrestle with a host of issues in this 'AJAX Power Panel' moderated by SYS-CON Media Group Publisher and Editorial Director, Jeremy Geelan.

n d 08/21/06 11:23:15 AM EDT

Six of the Web's brightest and best minds - Google's Adam Bosworth, Laszlo Systems founder David Temkin, coiner of the term 'AJAX' Jesse James Garrett, Paul Rademacher of HousingMaps.com and Google, Web 2.0 Journal editor-in-chief Dion Hinchcliffe and Microsoft MVP Sahil Malik - wrestle with a host of issues in this 'AJAX Power Panel' moderated by SYS-CON Media Group Publisher and Editorial Director, Jeremy Geelan.

new desk 08/20/06 08:47:01 PM EDT

Power panel webcast

new desk 08/20/06 08:46:26 PM EDT

Power panel webcast

Thomas Lee 08/02/06 12:05:33 PM EDT

I am impressed with the streaming video of a conference that I hope stimulated enough thought that useful dialogue continues in the vigilant task of clearing the fog of nomenclature and shiboleths. I am only a lowly webmaster in an html world and I do not fein to understand a thing you guys were talking about but if the web 2.0 is going to be faster and more secure bring it on.

ABisKing 05/06/06 11:35:36 AM EDT

Adam Bosworth is a God. America should make him "Sir Adam," or get the British Queen to do so. For services to Internet technologies (i-technology).

DetailsPlease 05/05/06 11:04:13 PM EDT

I now that Adam Bosworth is a living god but when he just introduces himself as "Adam Bosworth, of Google" he nonetheless deprives the viewer of knowing just what he currently DOES for Google.

Can anyone shed any light on this?

GData 05/02/06 03:25:29 AM EDT

Nowhere in this does Bosworth mention GData, the Google data APIs. Since GData combines common XML-based syndication formats (Atom and RSS) with a feed-publishing system based on the Atom publishing protocol, plus some extensions for handling queries, I'd have thought it might be worth bringing to the attention of those attending/watching.

To acquire information from a service that supports GData, you send an HTTP GET request; the service returns results as an Atom or RSS feed.

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