Thursday, August 6th, 2009

Book Giveaway for The Ajax Experience!

Category: Ajaxian.com Announcements, Conferences, The Ajax Experience

<>p>August 28th marks the $100 off early-bird deadline for The Ajax Experience conference, September 14-16 in Boston, MA. Have yet to take advantage of early-bird savings? No worries. We’ve arranged a plan to sweeten the deal.

Here’s the scoop:

Anyone who registers for The Ajax Experience over the next 2 weeks can take their pick of a FREE book from our extensive developer’s library. Book titles include Javascript for Programmers, Ajax Security, Comet and Reverse Ajax: The Next-Generation Ajax 2.0, Practical Ext JS Projects with Gears, Scripting Intelligence: Web 3.0 Information, Gathering and Processing and more – valued at up to $100+!

 

      

 

The packed agenda is reason enough to attend, but we thought you’d enjoy a free book as an incentive for registering early. Register before Friday, August 14 and select a free book of your choice. A special thanks to our publishing partners for making this happen!

Sincerely,
- The Ajaxian.com team

PS – We’re considering putting The Ajax Experience online at a future date. Would you be interested in attending a virtual seminar? Sign up here to let us know you’re interested and to stay informed about future events.

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Those books are really cool! It’s a nice collection.Thanks.

Comment by stoimen — August 5, 2009

Yay, let’s pay money to go meet other Javascript weeaboos.

It’s a scripting language, not a way of life.

Comment by Darkimmortal — August 5, 2009

Kinda sucks that I won’t be there this year… I’ve heard rumors about the U.S. economy not doing too well, at least I know *I* couldn’t afford it this year, nor would my employer foot the bill this time.

But at least my *book* will be there :)

Comment by fzammetti — August 5, 2009

haha.. javascript weeaboos..

anyway, the conference is pretty awesome. boston’s a good location, too

Comment by TracieYeah — August 5, 2009

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