Sunday, July 12th, 2009

Keynotes Announced for The Ajax Experience!

Category: Ajax, Conferences, The Ajax Experience’s The Ajax Experience gives you access to over 40 sessions presented by framework founders, independent experts and development leaders – all focused on proven solutions for current and emerging challenges plaguing Ajax developers, like performance, cross-browser rendering, security and architecture.

Register Now for The Ajax Experience! September 14-16 in Boston, MA.

Keynote presentations examine advancements being made in JavaScript, CSS and browser implementations that you can leverage now to create quality Ajax apps. Plus you gain key insights into development tools that you can use today to cut weeks off development timelines.

Keynotes Include:

‘The Future of Ajax: The Browser Reinvented’ with Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer, Co-founders of

See how to leverage new browser technologies on the horizon (and in most cases, largely already here) that will power the future of Ajax applications. Drawing from real-life examples of cutting-edge applications, Ben and Dion showcase Ajax innovations that you can tap into today to create compelling applications that users demand – including Canvas, faster JavaScript, Web Workers, Bespin and more.

‘The Future of Development Tools’ with Ross Boucher, Co-founder of 280 North.

There are many different development tools available and choosing the one that best meets your needs, and getting the most out of that tool, can be challenging and time-consuming. Ross Boucher shares little-known tips for developing applications versus web pages and websites, with a focus on JavaScript debugging and profiling tools as well as existing and upcoming development IDEs, including the much anticipated Atlas.

‘A Web of Confusion’ with Douglas Crockford, Author of JavaScript: The Good Parts

The browser is generally regarded as an incompetent blunder, crafted with horrendous security vulnerabilities which, 14 years on, still have not been repaired. Yet, despite the browser’s lousy reputation, when it comes to security, it is significantly better than everything else. Attend and hear Douglas Crockford uncover emerging security threats in the browser and the necessary steps to avoid putting your apps at risk.


These are just a few key highlights of what promises to be the most educational web development event of the year or your money back – no questions asked. Sessions are being finalized but many are ready for your review right now! View the full agenda.

And don’t forget to take advantage of the special $300 savings before the discount expires July 31!

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A keynote on SproutCore too? Much more interesting than the Objective J stuff.. Pure JavaScript and CSS.

Comment by andysky — July 12, 2009

Yeah, SproutCore is cool too

Comment by TracieYeah — July 13, 2009

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