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Tuesday, March 15 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Interoperable Locations: Matching Your Places with My Places

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Developers and applications have challenges matching the same location between data sources and sharing a location between applications. Why? In this panel, we'll look at the pros, cons, and challenges of using proprietary, open source, and/or community-built data sets; why there won't be one location database to rule them all; ways we can all work together to make sure your place is my place when our applications talk to each other; and why all of this is important.
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Speaker
avatar for Josh Babetski

Josh Babetski

Prod EvangelistMapQuestJosh Babetski is MapQuest's Product Evangelist and a Senior Product Manager. His role includes developer and consumer outreach and engagement and he's also responsible for several distribution products and developer services. Josh also develops geo-social gaming... Read More →
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Tyler Bell

Dir of ProdFactual IncTyler Bell (@twbell) leads Factual's product initiatives in global place data and contextual audience platforms. He is a former archaeologist of late Roman and early medieval Europe, with a research focus on GIS and anisotropic cost surfaces. Tyler led Product... Read More →
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Kate Chapman

FortiusOne / GeoCommons
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Adam DuVander

Developer Communications DirSendGrid IncAdam DuVander is Developer Communications Director for email infrastructure company SendGrid, where he connects to coders of all stripes. Previously he spent four years as a writer, editor and analyst for API resource ProgrammableWeb, wrote... Read More →
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Scott Raymond

Co-founder / CTOGowalla IncorporatedCo-founder & CTO of Gowalla. Ruby/ Cocoa/ JavaScript developer. Author. Indoorsman.


Tuesday March 15, 2011 3:30pm - 4:30pm
AT&T Conference Center, Grand Ballroom 1900 University Avenue

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