Diving into the Yahoo! Open Stack – SF PHP Meetup April 2nd, 2009

Author Michael Tougeron on March 11, 2009

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When: 6:30pm Thursday April 2nd, 2009
Where: CBS Interactive – 235 2nd Street San Francisco, CA
RSVP: Diving into the Yahoo! Open Stack


Join the SF PHP Meetup for an exploration into the Yahoo! Open Stack and learn how to leverage Yahoo’s platforms and scalability to build your next application. We will examine the components that make up Yahoo’s open stack: developer tools (YUI), data apis (YQL, BOSS), social apis, and the application platform (YAP).

  • Overview
    • What is the Yahoo! Open Stack?
      • Developer Tools – YUI, Tutorials
      • YOS SDK for PHP
    • Data APIs – YQL, BOSS …
    • Social APIs – Profiles, Connections, Updates, …
    • Application Platform
      • OpenSocial Support
  • How does it all work?
    • Development Workflow
  • Building an open application with PHP and YOS
  • Common Problems & Solutions
    • CAJA
    • OpenSocial


Dustin Whittle is a Technical Yahoo! and Developer Evangelist for Yahoo’s Open Strategy. When he is not evangelizing Yahoo’s Open Stack, he helps develop it through his work on the Yahoo! Developer Network and Yahoo! Application Platform. Prior to his work helping create an open Yahoo!, he has contributed to Yahoo! Answers and Delicious. When not focused on Yahoo!, he is an active open source contributor for the symfony project and is a regular speaker at technical conferences around the world.


Agenda:
6:30 – 7:15 — Doors open/general socializing & food provided by Yahoo!
7:15 – 8:30 — Main presentation by Dustin Whittle on the Yahoo! Open Stack
8:30 – 9:00 — Main presentation Q&A
9:00 – 10:00 — General discussion/Q&A/networking/etc.
10:00ish — end of group

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This post was written by Michael Tougeron on March 11, 2009

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