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HTML 5 Geolocation, SharePoint Tech, Strangeloop, and More

By Jenn Webb
June 24, 2013

Each Monday, we round up upcoming event highlights from the programming and technology spaces. Have an event to share? Send us a note. Intro to Raspberry Pi : Ed Snajder explains what a Raspberry Pi is, how it differs from …

Intro to Raspberry Pi, Wharton Web Conference, Agile 2013, and More

By Jenn Webb
June 17, 2013

Each Monday, we round up upcoming event highlights from the programming and technology spaces. Have an event to share? Send us a note. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised webcast: Jonathan Stark discusses the coming wireless wave and how it …

Hadoop Training, OpenStreetMap Sprint, MakersFactory Kids’ Programming Camp, and More

By Jenn Webb
June 3, 2013

Each Monday, we round up upcoming event highlights from the programming and technology spaces. Have an event to share? Send us a note. Twisted Python: the engine of your Internet webcast: Jessica McKellar presents an architectural overview of the Python …

Driving the Momentum of Modern Web App Development

By Jenn Webb
May 29, 2013

The rapid pace of improvements in browser technologies and the growith of HTML5 have presented many opportunities and challenges for web app developers. In the following interview, Ido Green, developer advocate for Google Chrome OS, reviews some characteristics of the …

How to Develop for the Mobile Casual Gaming Market

By Jenn Webb
May 8, 2013

HTML5 is becoming a larger and larger part of game design—so much so that Jesse Freeman (@jessefreeman) expects the future of HTML5 gaming to go beyond the browser. In the following interview, Freeman, a technology evangelist at Microsoft focusing on …

Join the ebook subscription model movement

By Joe Wikert
March 14, 2013

The ebook revenue stream has much more potential beyond simply selling standalone titles, one by one, to customers. If you’re not already offering your content in an ebook subscription program you need to. I’m not talking about a broad program …

TOC Debate: Amazon vs Apple

TOC Debate: Amazon vs Apple
By Kat Meyer
August 23, 2011

Which ebook platform is mightier? Find out when Team Bezos (Joe Wikert) takes on Team Jobs (Kassia Krozser) in a free webcast on Thursday, Sept. 15, at 10 am PT.

TOC Debate: Amazon vs Apple

By Kat Meyer
August 23, 2011

Which ebook platform is mightier? Find out when Team Bezos (Joe Wikert) takes on Team Jobs (Kassia Krozser) in a free webcast on Thursday, Sept. 15, at 10 am PT.

Go inside Google+ with Tim O'Reilly and Bradley Horowitz

Go inside Google+ with Tim O'Reilly and Bradley Horowitz
By Mac Slocum
August 19, 2011

Join Tim O'Reilly and Google VP of Product Management Bradley Horowitz on August 23 for a free webcast that will go behind Google+ and Google's embrace of social data.

Go inside Google+ with Tim O'Reilly and Bradley Horowitz

By Mac Slocum
August 19, 2011

Join Tim O'Reilly and Google VP of Product Management Bradley Horowitz on August 23 for a free webcast that will go behind Google+ and Google's embrace of social data.

Announcing the TOC Sneak Peek webcast series

By Joe Wikert
April 25, 2011

We're about to launch a new TOC webcast series that will feature some of the most interesting startups in the publishing tools, platforms and technologies space.

Announcing the TOC Sneak Peek webcast series

Announcing the TOC Sneak Peek webcast series
By Joe Wikert
April 25, 2011

We're about to launch a new TOC webcast series that will feature some of the most interesting startups in the publishing tools, platforms and technologies space.

What is Gov 2.0? Come find out this afternoon

By Mac Slocum
May 11, 2010

Tim O'Reilly will host a free webcast to examine the concept of Gov 2.0 and how technologists can play key roles in government's transformation. He'll also field questions from the audience. Registration is free but slots are limited, so be sure to sign up here.

The iPhone: Tricorder Version 1.0?

The iPhone: Tricorder Version 1.0?
By James Turner
November 17, 2009

The iPhone, in addition to revolutionizing how people thought about mobile phone user interfaces, also was one of the first devices to offer a suite of sensors measuring everything from the visual environment to position to acceleration, all in a package that could fit in your shirt pocket. On December 3rd, O'Reilly will be offering a one-day online edition of the Where 2.0 conference, focusing on the iPhone sensors, and what you can do with them. Alasdair Allan (the University of Exeter and Babilim Light Industries) and Jeffrey Powers (Occipital) will be among the speakers, and I recently spoke with each of them about how the iPhone has evolved as a sensing platform and the new and interesting things being done with the device.

Everyone's New Favorite Question About Twitter

By Sarah Milstein
February 3, 2009

For a while there, you couldn't surf a single drop of the web without smacking into the question, "How will Twitter make money?" Although that question remains unanswered, Internet interest has shifted. Today's favorite question about the micromessaging service is: "Has Twitter has gone mainstream?" Or, somewhat less optimistically, "Will Twitter go mainstream?" Of course, the question isn't new; people...

It's Twitter, right? What else do you need to know?

It's Twitter, right? What else do you need to know?
By Kathryn Barrett
February 2, 2009

Want to make sure people find you on Twitter? Do you know the best tools for monitoring your buzz? In this preview of Friday's webcast, Advanced Twitter for Business: Conversation, Community, and Profit—140 Characters at a Time, Sarah Milstein (that's @SarahM ) gives you tips for doing both of those. In her webcast, she'll share other tips to help you increase your visibility in Twitter, effectively broadcast your organization's messages, and reap the benefits of listening to others. The webcast includes lots of real-world examples and plenty of time for Q&A. Register now to make sure you get a spot. There's more to Twitter than you might think.

Sarah Milstein Featured on SitePoint's Podcast

Sarah Milstein Featured on SitePoint's Podcast
By Mary Rotman
January 27, 2009

SitePoint, one of our publishing partners, recently posted a new podcast entitled "Let's Get Twitter Out of Our System," which featured O'Reilly author Sarah Milstein. For more information about Twitter, be sure to tune in to her webcast, entitled Advanced Twitter for Business: Conversation, Community, and Profit--140 Characters at a Time on Friday, February 6th.

Want to make your taxes less taxing?

Want to make your taxes less taxing?
By Kathryn Barrett
January 22, 2009

Maybe you're thinking of doing your own taxes this year. A lot of people are. But how can you make sure that you're doing it right--keeping up with the tax laws, entering expenses correctly, and getting the deductions you deserve? It's easy: financial expert Bonnie Biafore shows you how in this live, online webcast: Making Tax Preparation Less Taxing: How to Track, Organize, and Access Your Tax Information.

Live WebCast 1/8/2009 - SIlverlight and ADO.NET Data Services

By John Papa
January 7, 2009

This Thursday I will be joining the MSDN geekSpeak crew to do a live webcast discussing Silverlight and ADO.NET Data Services. Registration is free ...

What will the night reveal to your digital camera?

What will the night reveal to your digital camera?
By Kathryn Barrett
October 13, 2008

You may be surprised! The advent of digital photography has revolutionized the practice of night photography because a digital sensor can record the spectacular colors of the night. These colors are created by light waves in spectrums that are invisible to the naked human eye. For the first time we can truly "see" the world of the night around us. In a live webcast on Friday, Oct. 17, Harold Davis, author of Practical Artistry: Light & Exposure for Digital Photographers, will show why night photography has become increasingly popular among digital photographers...

Can you make a living creating iPhone apps?

Can you make a living creating iPhone apps?
By Kathryn Barrett
October 8, 2008

There's been rapid change in the iPhone development world, leaving many would-be iPhone app developers wondering where they stand. In this free, one-hour live webcast, Bill Dudney and Raven Zachary, co-chairs of O'Reilly's upcoming iPhoneLive Conference on November 18 in San Jose, share a preview of the presentations they'll give at the conference. Following this preview, you'll have plenty of time to ask questions about the current state and future of iPhone application development—and how it affects you...

Learn to tell your stories -- Nancy Duarte's presentation available for viewing

Learn to tell your stories -- Nancy Duarte's presentation available for viewing
By Kathryn Barrett
September 24, 2008

According to Nancy Duarte, author of slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations, we're often afraid to unleash our natural storytelling instincts because we're afraid to be different—afraid to stand out from our corporate norm. And this leads to presentations that put our audiences to sleep—or worse—fail to communicate the information that we hope to convey. In her recent webcast, You are a Natural Born (Visual) Storyteller, Nancy showed the audience how to infuse life, intelligence, and good design into their presentations. The recording is now ready for viewing. Read on.

Video now available - iPhone Forensics 101: Bypassing the iPhone Passcode

Video now available - iPhone Forensics 101: Bypassing the iPhone Passcode
By Kathryn Barrett
September 18, 2008

Last week, Jonathan Zdziarski, author of the just-released iPhone Forensics, delivered a much-talked about presentation on bypassing the iPhone 3G passcode, in which he revealed some little known "security" issues pertaining to that device. Most notable was the fact that the iPhone captures and stores screenshots of any place you visit on the web (using your iPhone, of course). The recording is now ready for viewing. Read on.

You are a Natural Born (Visual) Storyteller - live webcast by Nancy Duarte

By Kathryn Barrett
September 10, 2008

We live in the most innovative time in history. That, coupled with pressure from a global economy, means our corporate stories need to be told well and resonate deeply. In this free, live webcast, presented by Nancy Duarte, author of slide:ology, you'll learn how to step away from your traditional content development process, fold in compelling stories and deliver presentations in your own uniquely human way. Find out more.

iPhone Forensics 101 Webcast with Jonathan Zdziarski

By Derrick Story
September 9, 2008

In this free, live webcast, iPhone hacker and data forensics expert Jonathan Zdziarski guides you through the steps used by law enforcement agencies to bypass the iPhone 3G's passcode lock by creating a custom firmware bundle. The webcast airs Thursday,...

Learn how to bypass the iPhone 3G's Passcode - iPhone Forensics 101 Webcast

By Kathryn Barrett
September 8, 2008

In this free, live webcast, iPhone hacker and data forensics expert Jonathan Zdziarski guides you through the steps used by law enforcement agencies to bypass the iPhone 3G's passcode lock by creating a custom firmware bundle. The presentation is aimed towards law enforcement and anyone else who has a need to access the not-so-readily available data on an iPhone. To find out more or register for the event, read more.

Deke McClelland Belts Out 101 Photoshop Tips in Five Minutes

By Sara Peyton
June 25, 2008

Digital imaging master and modern day troubadour Deke McClelland launches his new video podcast series with a music video–“101 Photoshop Tips in 5 Minutes”–today. Watch him croon, buzz, leap, dance, and kick-box his way through dozens upon dozens of useful Photoshop tricks here. And learn more about why Deke made the video, too! (See FREE book contest below.)

New webcast: Rick Sammon's 10 Key Ingredients

By Kathryn Barrett
June 25, 2008

you’ve had the chance to see Rick Sammon’s work, then you know how utterly stunning his photos are. The stories that accompany them are pretty amazing, too.

Webcasts worth watching

By Kathryn Barrett
June 25, 2008

We’ve just posted the recordings of two of our recent webcasts, both of which are on fascinating topics. The first was presented by Shelly Farnham, Ph.D., author of the recent O’Reilly Radar report The Facebook Application Ecosystem: Why Some Thrive—and Most Don’t. The seco

How Hackerteen Helps... By a White-Hat Hacker

By Mary Rotman
June 23, 2008

In this short video, Dylan, a white-hat hacker himself (watch the video for a definition), comments about the purposes of Hackerteen, as well as the pros of teaching kids to be hackers who accomplish things for the good, rather than the harm, of the internet.


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