OSCON Will Stream Keynotes and More Online

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 Can't make it to OSCON this year?  You can still catch keynotes, interviews and news via live streaming video.  

Check back right here during the conference July 25-29, 2011 to enjoy some great content virtually.

Keynotes are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 9am Pacific.

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Thanks for streaming.Wish I could have gone to OSCON.

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Thanks for sharing the streams here.OSCON looked awesome this year.

How was it

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How did the conference go?

I missed it. I was having a look through the social media marketing forums and heard some good things especially when Eric Allam spoke.

Be interesting to see how many people take up Ruby on Rails. We're using it at the moment to build a student loan consolidation website.

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Benjamin Kerensa's picture

OSCON rocked this year... The streams do little to give people a picture of what occurs.

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Just wanted to say thanks for having this stream here. My employer has oscon.com blocked at the firewall, so this really helped.

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