Monday, February 02, 2009
Hard to believe, but Thursday night was only the second meeting of the London Geo/Mobile Developers Meetup Group. With 60 UK developers in attendance, the organiser (Christopher Osborne) put together another really fun and compelling event.
- Andrew Scott, founder of rummble.com explained how they're using trust networks to help users find great venues (fast!) when they're on the move
- Alfie Dennen, the man behind Moblog, talked about his latest work on 'The Internet of Places', taking us on a fascinating journey via Britglyph, What is the question?, and Stopped Clocks
- Terry Jones, Creator of Fluid DB, talked about his 11-year project creating "the database with the heart of a wiki"; check out Scobleizer to find out more
All in all, another fun and thought-provoking evening in a fantastic location. Thanks to Christopher for organising, and to Yahoo! for sponsoring the food and drinks. And thanks to Roman for the great photo above and capturing the evening.