Foo Camp!

June 09, 2006 at 02:48 AM | categories: python, oldblog | View Comments

Well, rather surprisingly, but nicely so, I've been invited to Tim O'Reilly's FOO Camp this year. I've accepted the invite, so hopefully I'll get to go and see a whole bunch of really interesting people, chat about lots of things - hopefully excite them with what we've been doing and get excited about their stuff.

In recent years people some people who have been invited one year and not the next have gotten in a huff, for no apparent reason, so I'm going to assume this is the one time I'll be asked, try to participate to the limits of my abilities and if I'm not asked back again, so be it :) If I am, it'll be a nice surprise.

Kamaelia itself is obviously coming on leaps and bounds these days, and it's nice to be able to simply knock together systems now, with a clear expectation that they can and will scale. I don't know if the latest system I've knocked together using it will be used by the person in the BBC its been created for, but it does give them some extra options, and the time spent writing it was minimal :-)

Hopefully by the time Foo Camp comes around, we'll have more fun stuff to talk about - the SoC work where people are now churning out code & systems using Kamaelia is great fun to see - things are really coming together !

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