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OpenSocial presentation for #BLDRUX11

OpenSocial presentation for #BLDRUX11
Provides an overview of OpenSocial, an introduction to the programming model, and shows some sample applications.

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  • Send me a notification and I’ll give you the shirt off my back. (Actually… one just like it.)
  • Who has heard of OpenSocial?Who has built an OpenSocial Application?Who is a member of the OpenSocial Founation?Who is a committer at Apache Shindig?Who has heard of Jive? I’m going to start today with a bit of background on OpenSocial because it will set the context for the real message of this presentation:Building SOCIAL applications is different than anything you’ve done beforeOpenSocial is the engine that is driving an open revolution of social applicationsTrue SaaS delivery
  • GadgetsProxy -- Requests go through a server
  • People. Friends. ActivitiesPortable Contacts
  • Some of the original motivation was to provide an open alternative to FacebookWould welcome Facebook’s participation in OpenSocialFacebook is responsible for a great deal of innovation.Portable contacts(Friends)Relationships Acitivities
  • There was explosive growth in 2008 & 2009In the CONSUMER spaceWhat are some of the things that made OpenSocial so successful?In short, complete, open programming model for Web Application development
  • 2010 – The rise of Social Business Fundamental shift in the industry:CLOUD Back end elasticity – Amazon, Engine Yard, Heroku Google App Engine Front end browserSaaSForces of change in the enterprisePortal vs. GadgetsLightweight programming technologies --- HTML/CSS/JavaScript vs. J2EE/.NetportletsSocial Business Platforms
  • Revisit the proxy:Since requests go through the serer, you now have the ability to add a social context to the request. ....
  • SOCIAL APIs
  • We are not done yet. We still have a long way to go to improve interoperability, align with other enterprise standards, and increase the number of business based applications and market places.
  • The stream made zynga
  • Show stream exampleResolve person iri
  • We are not done yet. We still have a long way to go to improve interoperability, align with other enterprise standards, and increase the number of business based applications and market places.
  • IBM has committed, at the opensocial state of the union, to contribute it’s mobile framework to opensource.
  • 2007 ~ 2008  Getting started2009 ~ 2010  Massive Consumer Adoption2009 ~ 2010  Enterprise Adoption2010 ~ 2011  #openapprevolutionAnother fundamental shift in the industry
  • Snowclone
  • Balance of power between platform provider and developersOpenSocial is a tool to empower developers to influence and drive platform providers
  • What Facebook did for zynga, social platforms and app markets are doing for the enterprise
  • Note: This will have a strong enterprise bias.The apps that you are seeing here are examples from Jive only because that was the platform I had the easiest access to. iGoogle?
  • Note: This will have a strong enterprise bias.The apps that you are seeing here are examples from Jive only because that was the platform I had the easiest access to. iGoogle?
  • In facebook, you may have 20 or so people that you really care about. In your organization, it could be hundreds or thousandsFollowers / Following / Group activity / Executive blog posts / comments / Information from apps
  • In facebook, you may have 20 or so people that you really care about. In your organization, it could be hundreds or thousandsFollowers / Following / Group activity / Executive blog posts / comments / Information from apps
  • In facebook, you may have 20 or so people that you really care about. In your organization, it could be hundreds or thousandsFollowers / Following / Group activity / Executive blog posts / comments / Information from apps
  • Revisit the proxy:Since requests go through the serer, you now have the ability to add a social context to the request.
  • We are not done yet. We still have a long way to go to improve interoperability, align with other enterprise standards, and increase the number of business based applications and market places.Get Involved: BE A REVOLUTIONARY

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