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The Second Best Way to Learn at a Conference

One of the things I wanted to spend time learning about at Mashup Camp is to understand a little bit about the security implications of mashups. I'm not particularly savvy with mashups yet - I'm familiar with the concepts, but I'm not familiar enough.

And, while we were setting the schedule, I didn't hear anyone talk about security at all.

So, I got up and scheduled a talk.

I have always found that the best way to learn about something is to teach about it. In this case, since I'm the most ignorant guy in the room about the topic, so it's going to be me asking a lot of questions and trying to get discussion started.

The talk is scheduled for tomorrow's second session at 11AM in Room B - come check it out.

Update: the notes for the talk will be here.

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