Sunday, July 08, 2007

The Rich Web Experience

The web is changing. Just a couple of years ago, we had reconciled ourselves to treating the browsers as a graphical dumb terminal. Ajax and related technologies have changed all that. And anytime there are seismic changes in the technology landscape, developers have to learn the whole new world. The preferred way to do this quickly is to attend a highly focused conference.

That's what The Rich Web Experience is all about: rich application development that running in the browser. This conference is beyond just a single technology's APIs. It also covers security, usability, and other topics. I'm speaking on testing and debugging the web tier, including a bunch of best practices with Selenium.

Come join us in San Jose for what should be a rocking good gathering of cool web based technologies.

1 comment:

Glenn Stephens said...

Would love to see the testing best practices for those not able to make the international trip. Glenn (The insane one)