Justin Ball, blog author of Nobody Listens Anyway has five articles taken from his notes from the conference. Justin says in his bio he likes to build stuff, cools stuff in the hopes that someone, somewhere will learn something.
- "FamilySearch Conference" - gives highlights from the keynote address "Brave New Platform: Changing the World of Genealogy" given by Ransom Love on Social Networking.
- "FamilySearch API"- it goes a little more technical than most of us need to understand, but it is interesting to see a developers reaction to getting access to the information.
- "Family Tree Read" - gives some information from his notes on what the Family Tree outputs. Once again a little more technical but some developers will like this.
- "FamilySearch Write" - I wish he gave more information on what he discussed with the CTO & founder of Geni, Alan Braverman at lunch. Who knew there were so many aspects to an API just so I could share my information from my genealogy software program to NFS.
- "Ruby FS-API" - Ruby is an open-source programming language - great for the developer to work with.
- "FamilySearch Developers Conference Notes" - It gives and overview off all the tracks. His second article "Rapid web client development/deployment with Bungee Builder" is a separate post with repeat information from his first article.