jMaki @ Ajax World, New York 2008

Ajax World 2008 - New York City

Sun Microsystems is a Gold sponsor of Ajax World 2008, New York City. I'll be speaking on Web Application Development using jMaki.

jMaki
is a light-weight framework to create Rich Internet Applications using the best tools/libraries and standard practices. I plan to deliver the talk with lots of demos and hope you'll be able to correlate them with real-life scenarios easily. Of course, GlassFish provides a robust development environment for deploying these applications.

I liked the fact that they put my name/photo on the front page as shown below (kinda cool):

Ajax World 2008 Front Page

This is the first time it happened to me :)

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