On Friday, December 11, the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA will host the 2nd annual Add-on-Con, a one-day conference for people who build and market browser add-ons. Tickets are still available for this unique dual-track gathering of platform vendors, developers and marketers, covering distribution, add-on ecosystems, and the latest platform changes from Mozilla and Google Chrome. Register here.
Yahoos Joseph Bou-Younes, Douglas Crockford and Lloyd Hilaiel will be participating in different sessions throughout the day.
10:15-11:00 am: Joseph Bou-Younes, who heads product development for the Yahoo! Toolbar, will join Adam Boyden (Conduit) and Patrick Murphy (BrandThunder) to open the Business Marketing track with a conversation titled "Using your Add-On to help publishers, OEMs, carriers, and others create value."
3:10-4:15 pm: BrowserPlus engineer Lloyd Hilaiel will moderate the technical session on "Cross Browser Development" with panelists Karen Teng (AdaptiveBlue), Mike Wertheim (Surfcanyon) , Aaron Boodman (Google), and Miguel Cepero (W3i).
Props to Robert Reich, OneRiot and Add-on-Con founder, for putting it all together (again!).
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