As with the Extensible Web Summit, we wrote some notes collaboratively. Here are the notes for the Web Audio Hackday!
We started the day with me being late because I took a series of badly timed bad decisions and that ended up in me taking the wrong untergrund lines. In short: I don’t know how to metro in Berlin in the mornings and I’m still so sorry.
I finally arrived to Soundcloud’s offices, and it was cool that Jan was still doing the presentations, so Tiffany gave me a giant glass of water and I almost drank it all while they finished. Then I set up my computer and proceeded to give my talk/workshop!
It was an improved and revised version of the beta-talk I gave at Mozilla London past past week:
Note to self: maybe remove red banners behind me if wearing a red shirt, so as not to blend with them
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As I hinted in my previous Berlin-related post, I’m going to be participating in another event from JSFest.berlin (note this is a real domain!).
The event is the Web Audio Hack Day, and I’m told that it’s sold out already (!!!) but you can try and add yourself to the waiting list just in case someone can’t attend.
This will be held at the SoundCloud office, so we’ve been promised an amazing sound system. We’ll have to produce something worthy!
I’ll be hosting this event at Mozilla London next Sunday 13th of July. If you’re interested in web/data scraping this will be your thing!
Nicola Hughes will be leading the workshop. Bring your laptop and get scraping! 🙂
For signing up and more details, visit the event page.