Part 1. How to organize an event: our JS CodeRetreat

We are planning a JS CodeRetreat for February 8th (ah, btw, if interested, here’s the link to the website: jscoderetreat.com), and I, of course, wanted to lend a hand in the organization. The question was: how could I help if I didn’t understand at all what it was about? For this reason, some days ago […]

What is WAC and how it could help us

At Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, @uxebu attended the WAC event to catch up with the future of WAC. WAC, short for Wholesale Applications Community, is a group of global mobile operators. They provide, among other things, a spec for their correspondent web application runtime “WAC”. Recently the new WAC 2.0 Spec got out […]

BarCamp Munich 2010 – seen through JavaScript and mobile eyes

First and foremost big thanks to the organizers and sponsors of this awesome BarCamp. It almost seems as if BarCamps have already passed their tipping point, but still every time I discover new and interesting things, I meet people who attend for the first time and are excited about it, which makes it really awesome […]

SWDC 2010 Stockholm

Thanks to Peter Peter Svensson for organizing and making SWDC 2010 in Stockholm happen and especially thanks for inviting us to speak there. We had a blast. A crowd of about 100 people saw some very interesting talks, ranging from Node.js, YQL, Chrome extensions, HTML5 to PhoneGap, I guess everybody heard something new and interesting.

EventNinja – A Mobile Cross Platform App

Lately we have been quite active around a mobile app, which you can find in multiple app stores for multiple platforms. The app runs on iPhone, Android, Palm’s WebOS, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Nokia S60, Vodafone 360 phones and we are still adding to the list. But the most interesting fact is: it’s all the same […]

dojo.connect({after:dojo.beer});

It’s been quite some time since the last dojo.beer() event took place in Germany and a lot of things have changed within the Dojo Toolkit with the release of 1.4.0. This is why we would like to invite everyone who is interested in Dojo, or who would like to talk to other Dojo developers, to […]

Dojo.workshop(“Haifa”) – the summary

August 9th was the day for the first Dojo event in Israel and thanks to Yoav Rubin from IBM Research Labs in Haifa, we were able to hold the event in the great Auditorium of the amazingly located IBM building in Haifa. To give you a little impression of what kind of working environment the […]

Dojo.workshop in Haifa, Israel – August 9th

The news have been announced already on the Dojotoolkit.org and Dojocampus.org blogs but I nevertheless wanted to mention the dojo.workshop in Haifa, Israel on August 9th. Already now we have more than 50 signups and thanks to Yoav Rubin from IBM research labs we can have a full day of Dojo-ness.

Google Technology User Group Munich

Last Thursday I was at the #gtugmuc which was really packed this time. For being the second #gtug in Munich I am very impressed how quickly people reacted and attended. I think a main reason is that Google was hosting it and showing android stuff.
After the two android talks (Damon Kohler about Android Scripting […]

Over the Air 2009

Over the Air 2009

Internet World Day 1, W3C Widgets and some other impressions

Today was the first day of the Internet World here in Munich. It is accompanied by RIA World and Mobile Vision, so you get three conferences at once. Unfortunately their schedules are not synchronized, pretty uncomfortable. This event is a mix of conference and fair. You can find and talk to a lot of (mostly) […]

Mobile2.0 wrap up

At first we have to thank the organizers, it was a great event. Especially the developer day (~100 people) was so loaded with energy, ideas and enthusiasm – wow that was huge! It took place in Barcelona Activa a business incubator, obviously well known throughout Barcelona, the Taxi driver knew right away where to […]

Dojo Toolkit Workshop, Mai 2009

Dojo Toolkit Workshop, Mai 2009

WebMontag Munich, UXCamp Berlin

On the 18th of May I attended the WebMontag that took place here in Munich. It was an interesting mix of (short) talks ranging from augmented reality, digital art (innovative UIs), podcamp, a too long discussion about twitter and it’s use inside corporations, to various marketing talks for companies and their services, and ending […]

BarCamp Cologne

At the weekend (06/06/09 and 07/06/09) I’ve attended the BarCamp in Cologne. The event was completely overbooked just within some hours after the registration page was opened and I’m glad that I’ve got the possibility to attend there. A hint for people who try to attend to an overbooked event: just go there and ask […]