76 Buckingham Palace Rd
London, England

Announcing a new meetup for London-GTUG members!

Google Technology User Groups (GTUGs) are user groups for people who are interested in Google's developer technology; everything from the Android and App Engine platforms, to product APIs like the YouTube API and the Google Calendar API, to initiatives like OpenSocial.

You can learn more about London GTUG here.

What: Opensocial API Talk by Chris Chabot, Google Developer Advocate

When: 11th September, 2009

Google London
76 Buckingham Palace Rd

The Web is going Social, and the Social Web is going open. Come and
learn about what the Social Web means, how you can use it to get your
web app in front of millions of users using OpenSocial, and what's
next for the Social Web.

About the Speaker:
Chris Chabot is a Developer Advocate at Google, who's interested in
Open Source, OpenSocial, and trying to do the impossible. Most
recently he's been the driving force behind PHP Shindig, the reference
OpenSocial server implementation, Partuza a popular open-source
example social network site that shows how to use OpenID, OAuth and
OpenSocial, and the OpenSocial PHP client libraries.

Note: You can submit your questions ahead of time at the talk's Moderator space.

Registration: (Limited Seats)
Click here to register:

Official Website: http://www.london-gtug.org/Venue

Added by anupj on August 12, 2009