OSCON 2007 is starting now! As you may have already read, Google is quite involved with OSCON this year. On the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) team, we're especially excited as this is the first OSCON since GWT went open source.
Joel Webber, Bob Vawter, Rajeev Dayal, and I are heading to Portland to be on hand for Wednesday evening's Google Web Toolkit Hack Session. We hope it'll be a lively discussion about what people are already doing with GWT, what important questions are lingering, and suggestions for future improvements. Attendance is limited at this event, so please arrive promptly.
And beyond the numerous other talks Googlers are giving, Joel Webber will speak on Thursday about Writing Big Apps with GWT.
Also on Thursday, at the AJAX Experience in San Francisco, Dan Morrill will be presenting Fast, Easy, Beautiful: Pick Three -- Building AJAX Apps with GWT.
Outside of conference participation, we wanted to let you know that we're in the home stretch for the second release candidate for GWT 1.4. If you've not already had a chance to see GWT 1.4's first RC, we'd recommend you read up on what's new, and try it out. For GWT 1.4 RC2, you can watch the progress on GWT's issue tracker as open issues dwindle.