Daniel Dura has just released the Twitter application that we used at Apollo Camp to help coordinate back chanell conversations (it saved us from a beer disaster!).
Anyways, not only can you download the application, but Danny has also open sourced it, and made the source available. So, now you can modify and use it for your own event.
You can grab the download, as well as the source, from here.
Check it out. yourminis.com just launched a alpha version of yourminis for the desktop. This runs on top of Apollo, and along with Finetune, is a must have Apollo application.
Really good experience. I think the coolest thing about yourminis.com is that you can have the widget on your yourminis page, embedded in your own website via HTML, and now on your desktop, via Apollo.
I also just posted the video for the yourminis session at Apollo Camp.
You can find more information here.
Im going to try to keep this post short (I have a bunch of other posts I need to work on tonight), but this question came up during Apollo Camp.
Do Apollo and WPF compete?
The answer that I have, and am posting here is that, no, I don’t think that they do.
The Apollo team is hosting a mini Apollo conference named Apollo Camp. Apollo Camp is a one night, single track conference hosted by Adobe covering everything developers need to know about getting started with building Apollo applications using Flex.
Who : Anyone interested in using Flex to build Apollo Applications
What : Apollo Camp – one night mini conference for Flash and Flex developers interested in getting started with Apollo
When : March 16th, 2007. 5 PM PST – 11:30 PM PST
Where : Adobe San Francisco Office. 601 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA 94103
You can find the latest agenda and other information on the event page. It is shaping up to be a pretty cool event.
The event is free, but registration is limited to the first 300 people.
Btw, everyone attending will get a copy of the Flex / Apollo Pocket Guide published by O’Reilly that we have been working on.