Sunday, May 14th, 2006

Wrapping up the Ajax Experience

Category: Ajax, Dojo, Presentation, The Ajax Experience

Thanks to all who attended!! The weather was great, the St Francis hotel is amazing, and we had all sorts of great feedback and discussions with everyone who came. We are looking forward to the next Ajax Experience, hopefully coming soon somewhere on the east coast…

Some more links, reviews, and notes:

Whew! If you have any followup notes, reviews, or ideas, please comment!

Posted by Rob Sanheim at 10:15 pm

4.2 rating from 37 votes


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The wiki I used for my presentation is at

As I said to Dion after the show, I definitely believe that there
were connections made that will have a long-term effect on the direction of
the browsers and Ajax as we know it.

Comment by Brent Ashley — May 15, 2006

Great conference.

Comment by Brad Neuberg — May 15, 2006

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Pingback by Collum’s Column » Blog Archive » links for 2006-05-16 — May 16, 2006

Is there a web cast or videa made for the rpesentation which one can see on the web?

Comment by Kapil Garg — May 16, 2006

I am a veteran speaker in mobile communications conferences. Twice, I brought home a “Best Speaker” award, so I know a thing or two about conferences. Unequivocally, I must say that The Ajax Experience was one of the best conferences I have attended in years. It certainly made up for my 14-hour flight. And then some.

Compared to others I have attended, The Ajax Experience pampered. And the giveaway Shuffle was a nice, thoughtful touch. The organizers were in control. The speakers, while not perfect, were stellar. Many are bonafide leaders in this space. Keep the quality up! The attendees, too, were a good lot. Many asked questions that were relevant, insightful, and provocative. But enough of “accessibility” already. ;)

I’ve been to a lot more expensive conferences that delivered far less.
So, suffice to say, I am already looking forward to the next one. Yes, New York! Hopefully, there will be enough new developments in this fast-changing space that would justify new topics as well as relevant updates.

Now, I feel like that participant who thanked everyone and their grandmothers. He was hilarious. Give him a free pass and bring him back! ;)

Keep it real, fellas. Thanks!

Comment by Roland Benzon — May 17, 2006

[…] Thoughts on the conference from other attendees can be found here. […]

Pingback by John Tokash’s Blog » The Ajax Experience, 2006, San Francisco — May 17, 2006

Hi guys,
is anybody going to post any podcast or screencast of the conference’s sessions? or is it against the rules?


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Comment by Diego — May 17, 2006

Will there be any podcasts available?

Comment by Frank Stepanski — May 19, 2006

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