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WebOS Development Webcast Registration Open (and Free)

by Jason Robitaille Sun, 22 Feb 2009 4:43 am EST

Attention developers: have you signed up for the Developing Applications for webOS: A Preview webcast yet?  If you haven't, why not?  Over 1000 developers have signed up so far and you don't want to be last to the party. Plus of course it's free, and being led by a familiar face to the Palm community, Mitch Allen.

Date and time: Wednesday, February 25, 2009 1:00 pm EST

In this live, online event, Mitch Allen, Palm's Software CTO and a member of the Palm webOS™ design team, will recap the material included in the introductory chapter of "Palm webOS: Developing Applications in JavaScript Using the Palm Mojo™ Framework," a joint collaboration announced this week by Palm and O'Reilly, and will give you a preview into application development with the Mojo SDK. This is a great opportunity to hear an insider's perspective on webOS development and get a glimpse into the development environment and toolset for this breakthrough mobile web platform.

Q & A
All phone lines except for the presenter's and host's are muted to decrease background noise, but you may still share comments and questions with the rest of the group. Please submit your questions and comments directly to the presenter and host using the Chat feature in the lower right hand corner of your window. The host will then repost your comments for the entire group to see. We will allow plenty of time for questions and answers.

Event Recording
If you have to leave early or have a less-than-perfect connection, you can still catch the entire webcast after the fact. We're recording this webcast and will make it available within a week or so after this presentation. We'll send an email to everyone who has registered to let you know when you can view the recording.

Over 1000 developers signed up is certainly a good start for a brand new OS.  This combined with all the interest for preDevCamp makes one hopeful of the third party software that will be available for the Pre.  Now all we need is that elusive SDK...