Central Florida Software Symposium
August 24 - 26, 2007 - Orlando, FL
Software Developer specializing in Web2.0 websites
Mike is a software developer and small business owner (www.cambridgeweb.ie) specializing in Web2.0 websites and custom software development. Mike heads up the OrlandoJUG (www.orlandoJUG.org ), GatorJUG (www.gatorJUG.org), and just co-founded the (drumroll) West African Java User Group (www.senejug.com). He tech edited the new book "RSS and Atom in Action", by Dave Johnson www.manning.com/dmjohnson. He loves to blog (www.mikelevin.net) and also produces a popular podcast called Swampcast ( www.swampcast.com). You can reach him at mike at swampcast dot com.
Community, metadata, ranking and websites that grow over time are attributes of Web2.0. What else? Come to Orlando, breath some fresh Florida air and feel the sunshine!. Then, stroll over to the Central Florida Software Symposium and find out. Mike Levin will tell you all about Web2.0 and show you some snippets in Java.
We'll talk about mashups, semantics, custom RSS feeds based on smart filters, tags and tag clouds, and a glimpse into the future. We'll check out a fantastically popular Web2.0 website and do a feature walkthrough so you'll be clear about the Web2.0 features. You'll walk away with some facts and a few ideas that might inspire you to write your own Web2.0 website.