Thursday, October 11th, 2007
With the Ajax Experience East in Boston coming up just around the corner (Oct. 24 – 26, just about two weeks away), we thought we’d provide a few updates:
- Aptana founder Paul Colton will present best practices and pitfalls on developing with the iPhone and iPod Touch. And while we’re talking about talks from dev tool groups, we should mention that Michael Kaply will present on Eclipse’s Ajax Toolkit Framework.
- We’ve added a few new performance-related talks: Bob Buffone from Nexaweb will present on performance tuning large-scale Ajax apps, and Michael Carter will present a case study on using Comet for highly scalable apps.
- Flex and AIR keep right on evolving, and we’ve got Adobe’s Kevin Hoyt presenting on the very latest in AIR development.
- We’ve added a new keynote: Kevin Survance, CTO of Mapquest, who will be sharing many Ajax lessons learned from experience running this massive web property. And, we should mention that the details of the previously announced Aza Raskin keynote are now on-line.
For more details on the other sessions this year, see the complete agenda.
Oh yes, and, the marketing hook: We’ve added tutorials this year; they’re included in the conference fee, but because we’re running these the day before the conference, we are limited in space. If you’re thinking about attending, register now to save yourself a seat! Supplies are limited! Chairs may run out! The developer hoards may beat you to it! Don’t be the only one left home!
Posted by Ben Galbraith at 9:25 am