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Speaker: Philip Greenspun
Date: February 17, 2001
Real Videos (3 Parts): 550 MB , 595 MB , 155 MB


What You'll Learn

  • ability to distinguish between good and bad Internet service ideas -- predicting stickiness
  • ability to select the appropriate tools and people to realize your service goals
  • how to build a common Internet service that is accessible from Web browsers, mobile phones (WAP and iMode), Internet appliances, and other Web services
  • a bit about voice interfaces to information systems, including an introduction to the VoiceXML standard
  • what is interesting from a service operator's and end-user's perspective about systems and standards such as XML, SOAP, Microsoft .NET, J2EE
  • the six required elements for a successful public online community
  • four optional elements for online community derived from sociology research

Related Links

Greenspun's One-day Internet Applications Course Page

License

The colloquium series videos are licensed slightly differently than our normal classes. These are covered by the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs license which allows free copying but does not allow for the creation of derivative works.


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