Re: [Seaside] Re: Seaside prototyping fun at Startup Weekend in São Paulo
sebastian at flowingconcept.com
Sat Oct 30 22:59:06 UTC 2010
Thanks for sharing that Yanni. Glad to hear that.
Actually we count on technology becoming the last interesting issue in those groups (which has sense). Technology isn't a excuse (or deal breaker) anymore. When investors aren't noobs they don't care about the tech you use (it just have to work and scale like crazy).
This is a great time for Pharo/Seaside/Smalltalk
PS: ahora también lo puedo hablar los detalies en españolo XD
On Oct 30, 2010, at 7:25 PM, Yanni Chiu wrote:
> On 30/10/10 10:42 AM, Sebastian Sastre wrote:
>> We <http://flowingconcept.com> are going to Startup Weekend São Paulo
>> <http://saopaulo.startupweekend.org/> (november 19) to have fun showing
>> seaside <http://seaside.st> prototyping superpowers (I've wrote more
>> about it here <http://bit.ly/cDCn6H>).
> Have fun. I was at StartupWeekend Toronto in Sept. It was eye-opening and fun - a mini-startup experience in one weekend.
> However, if your intent is to showcase Seaside prototyping, that may be somewhat at odds with the goals of a StartupWeekend. The technology is a secondary issue. More important is the people on the team and the startup idea. If you come with an idea, and form the nucleus of a team, then Seaside could be your advantage. If you join another team, then you have to go with the interests and skills of that team.
> The organizer, who had been to many dozens of events around the world to facilitate the event, sat with us for one of the dinners. He said that, despite the different languages and cultures in the various cities, the event played out pretty much the same way in each location. I hope to go again the next time it's run here, and I'll try to bring a Smalltalk/Seaside "posse" :)
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