261 Photos - Apr 30, 2008
Photo: On the road to TandilPhoto: Photo: Photo: Parilla Lo De PedroPhoto: Lane at Tandil UniversityPhoto: Photo: Tandil OpenSocial Tech TalkPhoto: Photo: Photo: Lane shows appsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Cheese... Yummy DeGaulle used to say you cannot run a country that has more than 400 cheese: Argentina seems to be close to France in that department!Photo: Photo: The OpenSocial South America Tour gangPhoto: Photo: Brno Rovagnati with sausages made by his family: yummy!Photo: Great cheese and cold cuts restaurant in TandilPhoto: Photo: Jason and Guibert hard at work at 3 am in TandilPhoto: Great Hotel in the hillsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Morning rainbowPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Globant office in TandilPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Happy GuibertPhoto: Photo: Jason Hoffman at UNICEN in Buenos AiresPhoto: Photo: Photo: Lane shows off App Engine at UNICENPhoto: UNICEN presentation room. Jason: "maybe we'll write a constitution today". Impressive looking roomPhoto: Photo: Lane shows some code, with no internet connectivityPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: OpenSocial gang at BahreinPhoto: Photo: The talk was in a nightclub, packed, 300 peoplePhoto: Lane and Manu chilling outPhoto: Photo: Bruno and Jason: apps and infrastructure go hand in handPhoto: Photo: Photo: PackedPhoto: OpenSocial T-shirts are hot!Photo: Globant Tech ParkPhoto: Photo: Looks like the Google office!Photo: And a nice view of the cityPhoto: They have a green theme going onPhoto: Photo: Marge!Photo: Guibert presentsPhoto: Meeting with CEOs and VIPsPhoto: Church and ContainersPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: ObeliscoPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: ITBA, Bruno's universityPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Lane at ITBAPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Where is Medrano?Photo: Tech Talk at UTNPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: We can all be friendsPhoto: Photo: I've been where Medrano meets TucuPhoto: Great Pasta restaurant near the Google office in Puerto Madera, Buenos AiresPhoto: Jason: what to start with?Photo: Yummy! The mushrroms with blue cheese were succulent!Photo: Cheers LanePhoto: Bruno's parent's housePhoto: Photo: Bruno's brother doing the bbqPhoto: Argentinian AsadoPhoto: Photo: Axel and the kids on a trampolinePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Argentina between modernity and traditionPhoto: Bruno's cabin in the woodsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Ignacio Blanco in Buenos AiresPhoto: Tech Talk at UADEPhoto: Photo: Agustin (right) organized the talk in his universityPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Lane Liabraaten gave most of the talk by himselfPhoto: Photo: Photo: Lou Moore from hi5 joined us at UADEPhoto: Photo: Photo: With the UADE CS course director (left)Photo: UADE is very large, and in the middle of the city, with dorms and a gymnasiumPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: They even have an underground basketball coursePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Jason Hoffman of Joyent talking about Cloud Computing at UCEMAPhoto: Augusto who was in attendance is the guy who built TweetWheel, using Google App Engine: he had great questions!Photo: Photo: Jason's talk was my favorite: insightful and humorous. He knows what he's talking about and is fun to listen toPhoto: Photo: Photo: Tech talk at UBA: reminds me of Jussieu University in ParisPhoto: UBA is a huge concrete buildingPhoto: with a Foucault pendulum in the middlePhoto: Jason daydreaming about scalability while looking at the Foucault pendulumPhoto: Photo: Photo: UBA's amphitheater was the biggestPhoto: There were 70 students, and many good questionsPhoto: Photo: After 3 tech talks, Asado!Photo: Photo: Photo: We were all hungry!Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Dessert was this vanilla ice cream floating in whiskeyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: A toast to OpenSocial and our Argentina hostsPhoto: Lane and Jason ended the vening with Cuban cigars, at 2 amPhoto: The english tower in the morningPhoto: Photo: Photo: Buildings in the office district: Sun, IBM, MobistarPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: ... and MicrosoftPhoto: Hackathon starts on saturday morningPhoto: Bruno Rovagnati from Globant and his little brotherPhoto: The whole office was packed!Photo: Photo: Jason Hoffman slaying dragons and Lou Moore coding on th hi5 platformPhoto: Lane Liabraaten delivered 90% of the talk: ready to be a developer advocate!Photo: Photo: Sonico had appointed a professional photographer fopr the whole weekPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Lou Moore, eng director hi5Photo: John Faith, VP Engineering for MySpacePhoto: Photo: Jason Hoffman, co-founder and CTO, JoyentPhoto: Daniel Kalfie, co-founder, VostuPhoto: Photo: SonicoPhoto: The Globant office looks very Googley: they even have a climbing wallPhoto: Photo: Jason will need one more coffee before climbing that wall!Photo: myspace platformPhoto: Axel and his son: youngest developer in attendancePhoto: Photo: Discussing the future of social networking with Ignacio Blanco and Bruno RovagnatiPhoto: Jason Hoffman contemplating the Rio de La Plata, 30 miles wide to UruguayPhoto: Photo: Containers and ChurchPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Application demosPhoto: Bruno showing off his dreams appPhoto: Photo: sending dreams to your friendsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Soccer betting appPhoto: The winning app: send sms to your friends from the appPhoto: Agusto, the winner waiting for a sms on his cellPhoto: Ignacio Blanco's FriendMapPhoto: 3rd place: Mirador, live video streaming from your friends, in FlashPhoto: End of a long and fun dayPhoto: After the hackathon, some serious meat at "Carbon", our favorite hangoutPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Ignacio Blanco's mother, invited me for an excellent Asado on sundayPhoto: Matte, the Argentine national social objectPhoto: Matte in the parkPhoto: Night falls on Buenos AiresPhoto: Ignacio and his girlfriendPhoto: