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EuroPython 2009: Keynote by Cory Doctorow [video]

by Christian Scholz on July 13, 2009

Here it is, the video recording of Cory Doctorow‘s Keynote at this year’s EuroPython 2009. (two parts due to size limits I think, the last part also shows the first attempt on getting Guido van Rossum, the creator of Python (…)

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Vodafone – Web2.0 eher nicht – Cluetrain vielleicht ein bisschen, ein ganz klein, klein bisschen

by Christian Scholz on July 13, 2009

Ich muss ja ehrlich sagen, dass ich nicht so ganz verstehe, warum die Bloggerfront gerade auf Vodafone einschlägt. Der Werbespot selbst ist ja nun nicht gerade originell und ob das nun wirklich viel mit Web 2.0 zu tun hat, mag (…)

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Barcamps und OpenSpace-Konferenzen, wie machen es andere? Was kann man ausprobieren?

by Christian Scholz on July 8, 2009

I was attending the UnConference Panel at this year’s EuroPython in Birmingham and I am brainstorming a bit how the state or BarCamps in Germany is and what experiments maybe could be made to make them even better. Als ich (…)

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FutureMusicCamp 2009: Ryan Rauscher: “Musik war immer kostenlos”

by Christian Scholz on July 4, 2009

What is the future of music distribution? Hasn’t music always been for free and you just paid for the access? Wasn’t it just that music was for a long time bound to a physical item and thus it felt like (…)

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FutureMusicCamp 2009: Ralf Plücker über die Musik-Retailer-Problematik

by Christian Scholz on July 4, 2009

My report from the german FutureMusicCamp and a session about the problems of music retailers Das Thema der Session ist ein Erfahrungsbericht aus der Sicht eines Musik-Retailers (wie Musicload, iTunes, Vodafone, NokiaComesWithMusik) und welche unerwarteten Probleme dort auftreten. Was es (…)

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EuroPython 2009: Web Testing with Windmill

by Christian Scholz on July 2, 2009

This talk was held by Mikeal Rogers from the Mozilla Foundation and all about web testing with the Windmill project. Problem in general with web testing is that you cannot unittest it, it’s always a functional test. In web testing (…)

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EuroPython 2009: Agile Development

by Christian Scholz on July 2, 2009

Bea Düring was presenting how she helped OpenEnd to become an agile company. Before that they were activity oriented based on the development tasks at hand. They also had long iterations and only tested at the end (6 month iteration (…)

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