Toronto MozCamp – Workshops

Planning for the Toronto MozCamp continues. We decided to use the second day as a “Hands-on Workshop” day. The workshop will be split between development and testing tracks, choose the topic that interests you.

I’ll be working in the development workshop with other Mozilla developers, helping you work on tutorials or projects. We’ll have some tutorial XUL applications, extensions, and XPCOM components for people to hack on. Make sure you bring a laptop, if you want to work on the projects. If you want to build Firefox, XULRunner or binary XPCOM components – make sure your laptop is capable of building Mozilla. (check the prerequisites!)

The testing workshop will be covering topics on Mozilla testing processes, how we write unit tests, and how we automate testing of the Firefox UI (to name a few). Clint Talbert has more information on the testing workshop.

A bit of an event summary:

  • It’s a 2-day event, September 15th and 16th at Seneca @ York
  • It’s free to attend
  • Session topics range from an overview of Mozilla technology to details on application, extension and web development – Day 1
  • There will be hands-on workshops – Day 2
  • Talk to other developers using Mozilla technology in their projects

Remember to sign up!

2 Comments

  1. Ian McKellar said,

    August 19, 2008 @ 7:15 pm

    That looks awesome. If this kind of thing ever comes to the SF bay area I’d love to join in and help out!

    Ian

  2. Bread and Circuits » Mozilla Toronto DevDays and FSOSS said,

    August 28, 2008 @ 8:32 am

    [...] face to face time, but not the right place to go if you’re new.  This event, especially the first day, is geared toward getting Mozilla into the hands of developers who aren’t currently targeting [...]

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