Find Yahoos at Add-on-Con, Friday, December 11 @ the Computer History Museum

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).

4:10-5:15 pm:
JavaScript architect and JSON discoverer Douglas Crockford will moderate the closing keynote, "The Future of the Web Browser," with panelists Brian Rakowski (Google), Charles McCathieNevile (Opera), Mike Shaver (Mozilla), and James Pratt (Microsoft).

Props to Robert Reich, OneRiot and Add-on-Con founder, for putting it all together (again!).

Havi Hoffman
YDN Blog Editor