Yahoo YUI Anniversary Party

It’s been a year since Yahoo! released it’s JavaScript and CSS libraries to the open-source world. Millions of web pages are now using these scripts and Yahoo! is inviting its users to come to its campus for a party.

The YUI blog has the following invitation:

Join us Thursday, February 22nd, from 5:30 to 8:30 PM, at Yahoo! HQ in Sunnyvale, California. Visit for details and to RSVP. 300 people max, so RSVP early!

Beer. Food. Music. Guitar Hero on the projectors. Some other goodies and a few announcements we think you’ll like. (No, not Beck.)

At 6:30 there will be a brief presentation by the YUI team. After that we’ll have “built-with-YUI mini-demos”, where some of you can take the stage for 5 minutes to show off how you’ve been using the YUI Library. There’s only time for a handful of these quick talks before resuming the music and party around 7:15, so leave a note in the comments or send me an email directly (natek at yahoo-inc dot com) to get your proposal in.
YUI Blog

So, mosey on over to and RSVP for the YUI Anniversary party. The tag for this event is: yuiparty07.

Published by Ted

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