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AjaxWorld Conference Schedule
    Tuesday, October 3, 2006            
  TRACK 1: TRACK 2: TRACK 3: TRACK 4: TRACK 5: TRACK 6:
Real-World AJAX Key Issues Web 2.0 Flex AJAX-Compatible RIA Technologies Ruby on Rails
07:00 - 07:30   Registration & Breakfast                  
07:30 - 08:15 Session: 1 Opening Keynote   Jesse James Garrett            
08:15 - 09:05 Session: 2 Presentation & Demo by Adobe at the Keynote Hall (Session 2)          
09:05 - 9:50 Coffee Break / Expo Floor Open                
9:50 - 10:35 Session: 3 AJAX By Numbers: A Statistical Snapshot
John F. Andrews
  From Enriched HTML to Client/SOA: The Four Quantum States of AJAX
Kevin Hakman
  Enabling Inter-Mashup Interactions Using Composite Data Services and Workflow
Ash Parikh, Ajay Ramachandran, & Robert Smik
  Web 2.0 with Flex: Delivering ROI to Enterprise Apps
Mike Nimer
  Foundations of Atlas: Ajax programming in ASP.NET
Laurence Moroney
Rails Reduces the Number of Decisions when Building Web Applications
Alex Bunardzic
10:35 - 11:05 Session: 4 Presentation & Demo by Laszlo Systems at the Keynote Hall (Session 4)        
11:05 - 11:35 Session: 5 Presentation & Demo by Nexaweb at the Keynote Hall (Session 5)
Enterprise Web 2.0 – Real Customers, Real ROI
David McFarlane and Coach Wei
         
11:35 - 12:20 Session: 6 The SOA Client and the Web's Copernican Revolution
David Temkin
Ajax Debugging and Quality Assurance
Dave Johnson
A Venture Capitalist View of Web 2.0 Value
Neil Sequiera
Flex with Java
James Ward
Introduction to Apache XAP
Bob Buffone
Test Driven Design
Ryan Davis
12:20 - 1:15     Lunch Break / Power Panel: Web-Oriented Architecture: SOA + The Web + REST / Expo Floor Open (Session 7)            
1:15 - 1:45 AJAX-Enabling Applications in 2 Minutes Presentation & Demo by telerik at the Keynote Hall (Session 8)
Sahil Malik
   
1:45 -2:30 Session: 9 Designing for Ajax
Bill Scott
Today's Platform Just Won't Cut It - The Need for the Rich Enterprise Application Platform (REAP) for AJAX/SOA
John Crupi
JSON: The Data Format of the Stars
Douglas Crockford
Taking RIAs to the Desktop with Apollo, Adobe's Next Generation Client
Luis Polanco
Google AJAX Search API
Tom Stocky
Scaling 43 Things
Eric Hodel
2:30 - 3:15 Session: 10 Y! vs. Y! vs. Y!: Across the Document­Application Spectrum, One Size Does Not Fit All
Nate Koechley
Building Dynamic Flex Applications for the Enterprise
Mark Piller
Designing a Great Customer Experience
Jeff Maling & Geoff Cubitt
Creating Great Mapping Mashups Using Flex
Mansour Raad
Architecting Great Internet Applications with AJAX
Scott Isaacs
Behaviour Driven Development with RSpec
Steven Baker
3:15 - 4:05 Towards a Service Oriented Application Stack Presentation & Demo by Tibco at the Keynote Hall (Session 11)
Matt Quinn
           
4:05 - 4:50 Session: 12 Creating Web applications that look and feel like desktop GUIs using TIBCO GI and Open Source AJAX libraries.
Luke Birdeau
Professional JavaScript
Douglas Crockford
Leveraging the Web 2.0 Movement
Dion Hinchcliffe
Case Study: The JBoss Flex-based mail client
Andrew C. Oliver
Ajax, Design, and Mobile Devices
Alex Russell
Rails meets the Legacy-World
Robby Russell
4:50 - 5:20 Presentation & Demo by Parasoft at the Keynote Hall (Session 13)          
5:20 - 5:50 AJAX Push - Transform the User Experience Presentation & Demo by ICESoft at the Keynote Hall (Session 14)
Steve Maryka
         
5:50 - 6:30 Coffee Break / Expo Floor Open        
6:30 - 7:15 Session: 15 Ajax (in) Security
Billy Hoffman
TBA
Shanku Niyogi
The Wider Impact of Web 2.0 Including the Use of AJAX
Ajit Jaokar
SAP’s use of Flex to change the face of enterprise applications
Boris Kabisher and Manish Jiandani
Comet and vector graphics with Dojo
Dylan Schiemann
Plugging into Rails
James Adam
7:15 - 8:00 Session: 16 Power Panel: Redefining RIAs: Does AJAX Push the Browser Too Far    
8:00 - 10:00 Welcome Reception                    
    Wednesday, October 4, 2006            
  TRACK 1: TRACK 2: TRACK 3: TRACK 4: TRACK 5: TRACK 6:
Real-World AJAX Key Issues Web 2.0 Java & AJAX AJAX-Compatible RIA Technologies "Hot" Topics
07:00 - 07:30   Registration & Breakfast                  
07:30 - 08:15 Session: 1 Keynote Patrick Grady                
08:15 - 09:05 Presentation & Demo by Cynergy Systems at the Keynote Hall (Session 2)        
09:05 - 9:50 Coffee Break / Expo Floor Open                
9:50 - 10:35 Session: 3 AJAX: Making the Enterprise Jump
Kurt Cagle
AJAX and Comet from the Server Side
Greg Wilkins
Mashing up your Ajax application
Paul Rademacher
How OpenAjax Alliance will Accelerate Customer Success with AJAX
Jon Ferraiolo
Real-time Location Tracking Mashup for the Enterprise
Rama Gurram, Louenas Hamdi, & Samir Raiyani
"AJAX" - Asynchronous Cross-Domain Scripting
Zeki Mokhtarzada
10:35 - 11:05 Presentation & Demo by ComponentArt at the Keynote Hall (Session 4)        
11:05 - 11:35 Presentation & Demo by Helmi Technologies at the Keynote Hall (session 5)        
11:35 - 12:20 Session: 6 Apache Derby - A Local AJAX Data Store
Francois Orsini
Ruby on Rails + AJAX
Michael Buffington
Paid Content in a Web 2.0 World
Dave Hanley
Java EE 5 BluePrints for AJAX-Enabled Web 2.0 Apps
Inderjeet Singh, Mark Basler, & Sean Byrdon
Ajax and Beyond with ThinWire
Joshua Gertzen
Google Gadgets and Gadget Discovery
Adam Sah
12:20 - 1:15     Lunch Break / Power Panel: AJAXWorld 2006 CEO Power Panel / Expo Floor Open (Session 7)            
1:15 - 2:05 Presentation & Demo by JackBe at the Keynote Hall (Session 8)          
2:05 - 2:50 Session: 9 How to Implement Rich Internet Applications
Steve Mulder & Riccardo La Rosa
Choosing the right technology: Flex, AJAX, and the FABridge
Ely Greenfield
Enabling User Specific Mashups
Dan Theurer
J2EE Security in Flex Applications
Rob Rusher
AJAX and Faces: Friends or Foes?
Jonas Jacobi & John Fallows
AJAX3D: The Open Platform for Rich 3D Web Applications
Tony Parisi
2:50 - 3:35 Session: 10 Ajax for Rich Internet Apps: Lessons from 1 million Ajax email clients
Florian von Kurnatowski
Migrating Legacy Apps to Use AJAX
Dror Matalon
Mobile Browsers: Where Next?
Martin Frid-Neilson
Encapsulating AJAX Functionality in Java Server Faces Components
Craig R. McClanahan
AJAX with Java
Greg Murray
Rich Ajax Platform (RAP) – Web 2.0 the Eclipse Way
Jochen Krause
3:35 - 4:05 Presentation & Demo by IBM at the Keynote Hall (Session 11)            
4:05 - 4:50 Session: 12 Storyboarding Ajax Applications
Eric Pascarello
Why browsers (still) matter
Hakon Wium Lie
QEDWiki, A Web 2.0 Application Assembler for the Mass Market
David Boloker
Web 2.0: The State of Confusion?
Coach Wei
Developing RIA's from Front-To-Back: Turning the Process Upside Down
Dave Wolf
Developing with AJAX for Online Widget Platforms
Alan Lewis
4:50 - 5:20 Presentation & Demo by Infragistics at the Keynote Hall (Session 13)          
5:20 - 5:50 Presentation & Demo by Backbase at the Keynote Hall (Session 14)          
5:50 - 6:30 Coffee Break / Expo Floor Open              
6:30 - 7:15 Session: 15 Exposing and Preventing Errors in AJAX Applications
Nathan Jakubiak
Eclipse AJAX Tooling Framework
Robert Goodman and David Boloker.
Integrating Rails into the Enterprise through SOA
Joe O'Brien
You're Running a Database Where? -- A Persistence Architecture for Local AJAX Storage using Apache Derby
David Van Couvering
3-Tier No More: Integration-Ready Applications with AJAX and WS
Samisa Abeysinghe
AJAX: Not The Only Game In Town
Jim Phelan
7:15 - 8:00 Session: 16 Power Panel: The FrameworkWars: Lightweight vs Heavyweight        

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