XULRunner at OSCON

I’ll be giving a talk on XULRunner at the upcoming O’Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) on Thursday, July 27 from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. The talk will include a demonstration of XULRunner‘s ability to run web applications and web widgets outside of the traditional browser framework, as well as demonstrate deployment techniques for rich-client applications. The talk is similar to the one I gave at XTech, but I have refined it a bit and XULRunner has continued to become more complete in the meantime, so some of the demonstrations will hopefully be more polished and complete.

If you’re still just thinking about coming to OSCON, Myk Melez will be giving a talk on Microsummaries in Firefox, Mitchell Baker will be on a panel discussing open source projects and money, and Mark Hammond will be presenting on Python in Mozilla. Mozillafolk will be attending; there will be a BOF, a booth, a Firefox Flicks screening, and other events. Come and meet Mozillians and learn more about the project!

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  1. Shane Caraveo Says:

    While certainly more product oriented, I will be doing a BOF on Komodo 4.0 features Wed night. Look forward to meeting you.

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