Wednesday, July 26th, 2006>p> In an effort to help budding Ajax developers out there (or somewhat seasoned ones looking for a refresher), Eric Pascarello is organizing a series of “Ajax Boot Camps” to help show them the way.
I have been helping people work with Ajax applications since Ajax has become popular. My goal was to create a course that will teach any serverside developer how to code a maintainable and scalable Ajax solution. A lot of tutorials out there that developers are using are full of bad practices.
He talks more about his goals for the training courses, things like:
- what is the consequences of not using caching on the client?
- what happens with session?
- what causes that memory leak?
His plans for the boot camp currently include two days of lecture and hands-on programming, but the locations of the camps haven’t been selected. If you’d like to have one of the camps come around to your area, send him an email and let him know!
Posted by Chris Cornutt at 8:18 am