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RIA Themes & Topics at AJAXWorld 2008 East: Complete Round-Up

Overall themes & topics being presented by leading RIA practitioners & front-end engineering's thought leaders

A round-up of the overall themes and topics being presented at AJAXWorld 2008 East at The Roosevelt Hotel in midtown Manhattan, March 18-20, 2008 - including Enterprise Mashups, Rich Internet Applications, Security, Enterprise AJAX, Silverlight, GWT, Reverse AJAX/'AJAX Push', AIR/Flash/Flex, JavaFX, ASP.NET AJAX, Seam, JSF, iPhone, Social Applications, YUI, jMaki, Appcelerator, Curl and more...

The business value of RIAs is very clear: aesthetics do matter and users would like a pleasant experience. Good RIAs can provide your customers with user experiences that leave your competition in the dust. While most enterprise applications are based on old client/server technology with high cost of ownership and lack of flexibility, switching to the Web as a platform for mission-critical applications is very appealing – as it lowers the TCO significantly.

With a lineup of exceptional tech- and industry-savvy speakers, AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2008 East in March offers dozens of high-quality use cases of the fast-emerging RIA alternatives such as AIR/Flash/Flex, Silverlight, JavaFX, Appcelerator and Curl among others.

Here is a round-up of the overall themes and topics being presented at the Conference, which is being held at The Roosevelt Hotel in midtown Manhattan, March 18-20, 2008. Enjoy! Last Chance to Register for AJAXWorld 2008 East and Save $100 !



AIR/Flash/Flex


RIA Development on the Microsoft Stack Using Flex
- by Mike Grishin, SharpStyle Labs

Picking the Right Technology for Enterprise Rich Internet Applications
- by Yakov Fain, Farata Systems

Using AJAX Data Services in Enterprise Applications
- by Marco Casario, Comtaste


ASP.NET AJAX

ASP.NET AJAX Design & Development Patterns
- by Joe Stagner, Microsoft

Improving ASP.NET User Interfaces with the AJAX Control Toolkit
- by Robert Boedigheimer, The Schwan Food Company

The Digital Black Belt’s Guide to Building Secure ASP.NET AJAX Applications
- by Joe Stagner, Microsoft

Enterprise AJAX

Rapid Development of Enterprise AJAX Apps
- by Kevin Hakman, TIBCO

Enterprise AJAX Adoption Without Being a Rocket Scientist
- by Coach Wei, Nexaweb

Using AJAX Data Services in Enterprise Applications

- by Marco Casario, Comtaste

Web-Based Enterprise Platforms - The New, Revenue-Rich Paradigm Shift
- by Patrick Grady, Rearden Commerce

Easy AJAX Development with Markup + POJO
- by Bob Buffone, Nexaweb


Enterprise Mashups

Mashup Ecosystems in the Enterprise
- by David Boloker, IBM

Enterprise 2.0 and Data Mashups: Bridging the Web 2.0 Information Gap
- by Renat Khasanshyn, Apatar

- by David Boloker, IBM

Enterprise 2.0 and Data Mashups: Bridging the Web 2.0 Information Gap
- by Renat Khasanshyn, Apatar

Enterprise 2.0 and IT: How to Maximize Benefits for Your Enterprise
- by Sriram Padmanabhan, IBM & Scott Regan, Sonoa Systems


Sharable Enterprise Mashups: The New User-Driven Composite Apps
- by Olivier Poupenay, DreamFace Interfactive

The Performance Paradigm of a Mashup World
- by Peter Kirwan, Webmetrics

Info 2.0
- by Lauren Cooney & Mark Heid, IBM

Code Free Composites - Where SOA and Mashups Converge
- by Ian Tomlin, NMDC


Enterprise 2.0 / Enterprise Web 2.0


Enterprise 2.0 and IT: How to Maximize Benefits for Your Enterprise
- by Sriram Padmanabhan, IBM & Scott Regan, Sonoa

Sharable Enterprise Mashups: The New User-Driven Composite Apps
- by Olivier Poupenay, DreamFace Interfactive

Web-Based Enterprise Platforms - The New, Revenue-Rich Paradigm Shift
- by Patrick Grady, Rearden Commerce


Google Web Toolkit (GWT)

Saving Your Investment: Transforming J2EE Applications into Web 2.0 Using GWT
- by Dietrich Kappe, Pathfinder Development

RIAs with Comet and Critical Updates in Enterprise Environments
- by Emil Ong, Caucho



iPhone

Introduction to the iPhone SDK
- by Kevin Hoffman, iPhone Developer's Journal


Developing AJAX Applications for iPhone and iPod Touch
- by Chris Williams, Aptana


Enabling iPhone Support for Enterprise Applications & Messaging
- by Senthil Krishnapillai, Sybase


Developing AJAX Applications for iPhone and iPod Touch
- by Chris Williams, Aptana


Developing Open Source Mobile Messaging and Sync Apps for iPhone vs. Android
- by Stefano Fornari, Funambol

jMaki


Web 2.0 Application Development Using jMaki

- by Arun Gupta, Sun

JSF

Writing JSF Applications with Apache Trinidad and Facelets
- by Matthias Wessendorf, Oracle


PHP

PHP, Next Generation RIA Superhero
- by Andi Gutmans, Zend



Reverse AJAX / Comet / 'AJAX Push'

Enterprise Comet: The Web That's Instantly On and Always On
- by Jonas Jacobi, Kaazing


Comet for Critical Updates in the Enterprise
- by Emil Ong, Coucho

HTTP Multicast Routing, Scaling the Real-Time Web
- by Ric Smith, Kaazing


Ruby on Rails

AJAX and Rails
- by Greg Pollack, Orlando Ruby Users Group

Seam

Seam Remoting - JBoss Seam and AJAX
- by Shane Bryzak, JBoss/Red Hat


Security

*Can We Fix The Web?
- by Douglas Crockford, Yahoo!

*KEYNOTE/PLENARY SESSION

Understanding the Top Web 2.0 Attack Vectors

- by Danny Allen, Watchfire

OpenAjax Hub 1.1 & SMash (Secure Mashups)
- by Jon Ferriaolo & Sumeer Bhola



Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)

AJAX Brings SOA to the User
- by Scott Kirkwood, MomentumSI

Web 2.0 and SOA – Friend or Foe?
- by Bob Buffone, Nexaweb

Code Free Composites - Where SOA and Mashups Converge
- by Ian Tomlin, NMDC

Seam Remoting - JBoss Seam and AJAX
- by Shane Bryzak, JBoss/Red Hat


Sharable Enterprise Mashups: The New User-Driven Composite Apps
- by Olivier Poupenay, DreamFace Interfactive

Web-Based Enterprise Platforms - The New, Revenue-Rich Paradigm Shift
- by Patrick Grady, Rearden Commerce

Silverlight


Silverlight Magic: Zoom, Ink, Media and more...
- by Lawrence Moroney, Microsoft

Spice Up User Experience with Silverlight
- by Sue Googe, Northrup Grumman

.NET in the Browser: Silverlight RIA
- by Lawrence Moroney, Microsoft

Social Applications

Building AJAX Social Applications Using OpenSocial
- by Chris Schalk, Google

Social Computing: the iPhone as an Ideal Platform
- by Steve Maryka, ICEsoft


Toolkits & Frameworks

AJAX Tookits, Frameworks and IDEs: How Do You Choose the Right One?
- by Paul Giurata, Catalyst Resources

Next-Generation AJAX Applications with qooxdoo
- by Andreas Ecker, 1&1 Internet AG

Using the Dojo Toolkit to Create AJAX Powered Forms
- by James Harmon, Object Training Group

AJAX Tookits, Frameworks and IDEs: How Do You Choose the Right One?
- by Paul Giurata, Catalyst Resources

Next-Generation AJAX Applications with qooxdoo
- by Andreas Ecker, 1&1 Internet AG

Using the Dojo Toolkit to Create AJAX Powered Forms
- by James Harmon, Object Training Group

.NET in the Browser: Silverlight RIA
- by Lawrence Moroney, Microsoft


Web 2.0

Behind the Scenes With A Web 2.0 Desktop: Laszlo Webtop
- by Robb Beal, Laszlo Systems

Bridging the Web 2.0 Information Gap: Enterprise 2.0 and Data Mashups
- by Renat Khasanshyn, Apatar

Web 2.0 and SOA – Friend or Foe?
- by Bob Buffone, Nexaweb

Web 2.0 Application Development Using jMaki
- by Arun Gupta, Sun

Understanding the Top Web 2.0 Attack Vectors
- by Danny Allen, Watchfire

Web 2.0 Meets Storage 2.0
- by Geoff Tudor, Nirvanix


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Jeremy Geelan is Chairman & CEO of the 21st Century Internet Group, Inc. and an Executive Academy Member of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Formerly he was President & COO at Cloud Expo, Inc. and Conference Chair of the worldwide Cloud Expo series. He appears regularly at conferences and trade shows, speaking to technology audiences across six continents. You can follow him on twitter: @jg21.

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