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Putting aside the argument of if HTML5 includes CSS3 or if the logo is good, we're finding that it lets developers build modern web applications from one codebase that adapts to the wide array of desktop and mobile browsers. I'll talk about where Facebook is using HTML5 today, a few more speculative projects we're working on around it, and generally why every web developer should start rethinking how they go about developing for desktop and mobile.+ More details
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David Recordon enjoy creating and writing about technology that makes the web more open and useful for everyone. He live in San Francisco where he work for Facebook, leading open source and open standards initiatives. Over the past few years, David Recordon helped to create OpenID and OAuth, now volunteer on the boards of the OpenID Foundation and Open Web Foundation, and involved in the Activity Streams, Portable Contacts, PubSubHubbub and WebFinger communities. He is also an advisor to the startup Superfeedr, which is creating infrastructure technology for the realtime web. In 2007, he was recognized by Google and O'Reilly with an Open Source Award for his efforts with OpenID and he is the youngest recipient in the history of the award.+ More details
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Open, Social Web The greatest social network that there ever was is the web itself. But how do you take advantage of that? How do you make it easier for people to join your site, bring their friends and profiles with them, to quickly get to the meat of your service? How can you better leverage existing technologies to facilitate the creation of new accounts, lower costs, increase engagement and get back to focusing on your core service? This talk is designed to be an overview of the "Open Stack" for developers and technical managers tasked with building services for the social web, with an emphasis on the use and application of free, open building blocks for enabling social networking features on your site or service.+ More details
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At FOWA (http://futureofwebapps.com) Kevin Rose (http://digg.com), Ryan Carson (http://Carsonified.com), Joe Stump (http://digg.com), David Recordon (http://sixapart.com) and Chris Messina (http://vidoop.com) discussed the issues involved with building social networks on the 'Open Stack'.+ More details
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