Speaking at Øredev 2009 Developer Conference, November 4th 2009

In November, more exactly Wednesday November 4th, I will be speaking at the Øredev 2009 Developer Conference.

My talk

I will do a presentation in the Wednesday Web Development track about JavaScript history, what it is and where it comes from, and then move into such interesting and important areas such as best practices, object-orientation, scope and closures. And yes, I know, quite brave to try and pack all that into 45 minutes. Wish me luck! :-)

Other presenters

I can say for sure that I’m glad to be the first speaker on Wednesday, because following me are JavaScript king Douglas Crockford and performance guru Steve Souders! They have been, and are, very influential to me and it’s truly an honor to be featured on the same bill as them.

Accompanying them are Piotr Walczyszyn and Nikolai Onken, who will talk about Adobe AIR respectively Business Applications with the Dojo Toolkit.

The Thursday Web Development track also has some interesting talks with Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer, Remy Sharp and others.

Getting a ticket

Øredev 2009 is a massive 5-day event with lots of different tracks – therefore, there are a number of ticketing options available. Everything from 1-day-, 2-day passes etc to other options. Please check it out and if you find it interesting, I might see you there!

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