Mashup Camp Starts Today

John Musser, July 10th, 2006

MashupCampWeb mashups are a very new phenomenon but they already have their signature industry event: Mashup Camp. Today marks the kickoff of Mashupcamp 2 and looks like it will be terrific. The last one was a big success for a number of reasons: the enthusiastic and interesting crowd, the virtues of the unconference format, and of course thanks to the efforts of organizers David Berlind and Doug Gold.

A great addition this time is Mashup University which runs Monday and Tuesday. It includes lots of interesting sessions over these two days kicking-off with Brian Hamlin’s Mashups 101.

Then Wednesday and Thursday is the event itself:

I’ll be there starting at tomorrow’s sure to be fun pre-party organized by David Nielsen and StrikeIron.

There will certainly be some newsworthy events coming out of the event. Watch the Mashup Camp blog and wiki for details. Stay tuned.

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