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Event Highlights: November 29th – December 5th, 2010

Good morning, Philadelphia. We hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful and that you look forward to eating turkey sandwiches all week as much as we do. But between all of those leftover lunches is a calendar chock full of technology events. Ready? This week: Learn what this HTML5 thing is all about, get the lowdown on […]

Good morning, Philadelphia.
We hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful and that you look forward to eating turkey sandwiches all week as much as we do. But between all of those leftover lunches is a calendar chock full of technology events. Ready?
This week: Learn what this HTML5 thing is all about, get the lowdown on mobile and hack away with your .Net pals.

Tuesday, November 30th: By now you’ve heard of the great Flash wars between Steve Jobs and all of Adobe. The Apple CEO thinks HTML5 is the way video will be served in the future, so that $500 iPad you just purchased? Yeah, no Flash. Luckily, the smart folks at PANMA are here to help us make sense of the online video format wars and they’ll even have some iPods to raffle off. University City. 5:30 p.m. INFO.
Wednesday, December 1st: The folks at Philly.Net are having and ol’ fashioned bring-your-own laptop to party to teach members all about Razor, the newest viewing engine for .Net. At least, that’s what we think it’s about. We’re not .Net guys. Fort Washington. 6:00 p.m. INFO.
Friday, December 3rd: Philly Startup Venmo is one of the companies that were invited by Wharton to discuss what’s next in mobile. The event is a mix of panels and keynotes. Center City. All Day. INFO.

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