Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

Audible Ajax 16: March State of Ajax

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Ben and I discuss the recent news, grab the IE team to ask them about IE 7, and get Jamis Buck of 37 Signals to talk about scalability of Campfire.

What we cover on the podcast

Future of Web Browsers

Question to the IE team: “What have you been doing, and why have you made us wait for so long for a new release?”

Question from the community

In this episode we answered a question emailed in by Mitchell: “How scalable are these ajax based chat applications like Campfire?”.

We cornered Jamis Buck of 37 Signals, to get the answer from the horses mouth!

The Ajax Experience

We announced a new track at the conference to keep up with demand. Please join the community for our first developer focus event in May at The Ajax Experience.

Please email podcast [at] ajaxian.com with any feedback and especially if you have anything that you want us to chat about in future ‘casts!

Download Episode 16 as an MP3

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Pingback by Ajax Info » Audible Ajax: Statusreport über Ajax in Ausgabe 16 — March 14, 2006

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Pingback by John Tokash’s Blog » Response to Scoble’s Fun Challenge — March 14, 2006

Towards the end of the podcast, you seemed to equate polling to using a threaded based server and comet to using an event based server. However, this isn’t necessarily the case. In fact, I’m quite sure that 37signals is using lighttpd, an event-based web server, for their campfire polling server.

See comment by David:
http://www.loudthinking.com/arc/000563.html#comments

Comment by Luke — March 15, 2006

Your podcasts are downloading very slowly, around 20 KB/second, even if I try a wget from my web host.

Comment by Paul Rothrock — March 15, 2006

Getting Real – the book

I highly recommend the PDF book Getting Real by the 37signals guys. I’m not a Ruby or Rails user, but…

Trackback by shwango! blog — March 24, 2006

[...] Trent corrected me andreferenced Jamis Buck of 37 Signals to talk about scalability of Campfire. [...]

Pingback by Entrepreneurship: Life Long Learning » Blog Archive » Phil Windley’s March CTO Breakfast — March 31, 2006

Great post. Thanks.

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SBL Graphics

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