Thursday, July 6th, 2006

The Ajax Experience Fall 2006 – Boston

Category: The Ajax Experience

After having a delightfully fun time at the Ajax Experience conference this past spring, we’ve been busily working on the next one. We’re happy to announce that we’re putting on the next Ajax Experience show in Boston on October 23 – 25. We’ll follow up with more details in the coming days. We hope you can join us!

If there is anything that you would love to see at the show, please shoot us an email or leave a comment. This is the community’s conference, and we want to make it even better than the last one.

Posted by Ben Galbraith at 5:47 pm
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I can write basic functions in Javascript (and a intermediate ASP developer), I work in CT so Boston would be do-able.

My first concern would be can a newbie come to such an event and still walk away feeling that there was much learned.

Comment by Dan Acuff — July 7, 2006

Based on feedback we got from entry-level developers who attended, I would say that you should absolutely get value from the event. One gentleman I spoke with was fairly new to Ajax and paid for the event out of his own pocket. When he said he paid himself, I literally went for my wallet to help him out and he said something to the effect of, “No way, I definitely got my money’s worth.” I think we’ll do a better job of meeting entry-level needs at the fall event, by the way.
So, wait until we release the program and speaker list for the event, check it out, email us questions, and see if it looks like we’ll have what you’re looking for. We are definitely going to have more .NET-centric content this time around, based on feedback from the last show.

Comment by Ben Galbraith — July 7, 2006

I wish you had an AJAX day in sunny Orlando, FL, since it would be easier for my management to OK the class….)

Comment by Patrick Whittingham — July 10, 2006

Patrick: We did consider Orlando… maybe next time :-)

Comment by Ben Galbraith — July 12, 2006

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