This year, I was invited to give a keynote presentation on revealing errors at the annual O’Reilly Open Source conference. The keynotes this year were all short form — 15 minutes — but I tried to squeeze in what I could. Although I was “helped” in this regard by the fact that I talk too quickly in general, I think the talk hit the core themes of the project and offered a few key examples that will be familiar to RE’s regular readers.
I’m happy with the result: a couple thousand people showed up for the talk despite the fact that it was at 8:45 AM after the biggest “party night” of the conference!
For those that missed it for whatever reason, you can watch a video recording that O’Reilly made that I’ve embedded below.
A larger version of the Flash video as well as a QuickTime version is over on blip.tv and I’ve created an OGG Theora version for all my freedom loving readers.
4 Replies to “OSCON Keynote”
Hi there. Would like to know if you’d mind if I reposted this on a few other video sites, namely Youtube (if it isn’t already) and Vimeo.
Good talk, liked it a lot!
I’m not sure its my permission that matters but I don’t mind if you post the video on other sites.
Isn’t that quote from “Mark Weiser”?
Great talk, liked it!