Yesterday I hosted a MySpace devJam day in Sydney. Despite the wintry weather we had an excellent turn out of switched on developers keen to get to grips with the MySpace Developer Platform.
Daniel Reyes, the local Head of Engineering for MySpace gave a detailed run through on building apps and did a blow by blow of his IOU app.
Jeremy Lebard spoke about his personal library app, Booktagger, and praised the MySpace dev team for their quick response time.
This was followed by Jodee Rich giving a demo of Peoplebrowsr – a far more visual meta aggregator than FriendFeed. I’ll bring you more on this great product in due course.
A big hat tip to the Australian MySpace team for making their assistance in making this event happen. I can also highly recommend the Ideas Finder at Naked as a venue for brain storming – they have a great crew who are keen to make your experience special.
I’ll be hosting a few more devJams shortly, including a specific social gaming session. Stay tuned.