Monday, July 16th, 2007
Time is flying by. I have gotten back into the conference mood with some time on the Adobe event, where I got to give an ignite-style presentation on Google Gears, and popped by Mashup Camp today.
Before I look around we will be time for The Ajax Experience and as I look over who is speaking at the event, I get excited.
It is always great to hear from heavy hitters like Brendan Eich, Kevin Lynch, and Chris Wilson. They have different thoughts and opinions on the Web, and the direction it should be going. I can’t wait to get an update on their current thoughts. I am sure there will be some gentle IE 8 ribbing too, but Chris can more than handle himself.
Here are a few other presentations that I am excited about too:
- Achieving a runtime CPAN with Dojo’s xdomain resource loader
- Case Study: Dodging the Pitfalls of Enterprise Ajax Applications
- Ruining the User Experience
- Prototype Patterns
The sessions are only one piece of the action though. The fun part is getting the community together throughout the show to get to know each other, share the pain and fun of developing Ajax applications, and plan the future. See you there!
Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:57 pm