The event was fun and I spent most of my time in Chat room o__O (huh ??) There are 3 sessions which are
OpenSocial: It is an API which serves as middle-tier for Social Network. So the social network application developers don't have to re-implement their application for every different social networks they target. The first presenter, Patrick Chanezon, described the overview of OpenSocial API before passed the control to other API implementers from Hi5 (it is actually a video session), Friendster, eXo Platform, and Globant.
- Add as friends: chanezon, pamela.fox, ...
- chanezon, jeremi23,OpenSocial Foundation Votehttp://opensocial-resources.googlecode.com/svn/samples/tutorial/tags/api-0.8/
Links about opensocial in general, many tags to refine what you want to read
Links to code samples and resource for opensocial
Google Maps: Presented by Pamela Fox. The session demonstrated various uses of Google Maps API and its flexibility. The API is flexible enough to created a Zombie-shooting game also demonstrated in the session. @pemela.fox is also very active user in the chat room : ) Slides
App Engine: I think the attendees are interested in this session the most. The presenter, Patrick, gives overview of App Engine. I personally like Google-style presentation. The slides are simple and embedded many humour (BigTable.) The Simple AJAX Chat demo app is actually the chat room attendees were using.
Wiki Code Walkthrough (not used in talk, may be useful)
Most of the material are from this page: http://docs.google.com/View?docid=dggjrx3s_2390ww9hw5fh