I've asked Chris Heilmann, International Developer Evangelist for the Yahoo Developer Network, to come to Greenwich and give a talk about open data, APIs and some of Yahoo's recent developments in this area - Yahoo Query Language (YQL) and Build your Own Search Service (BOSS). The talk is planned for 4pm on Tuesday 28th April at the Maritime Museum. I know a couple of people on MCG have expressed an interest in hearing Chris talk, so I thought I would send a general invitation to the list.
If you are interested in attending, please drop me a line so I have an idea of numbers.
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