Questioning Ajax

@media Ajax is about to kick off in London. I’ll be there but I won’t be giving a presentation—I’ll leave that to the experts. Instead, I’ll be moderating the closing panel. The line-up hasn’t been set yet but seeing as all the speakers are world-class, it’s bound to be a great constellation.

I’ll be spending my time at the conference (and its attendant social events) quizzing the attendees on what they interested in finding out. If you’re going to be there, say hi and let me know what you’d like me to talk about on the panel. Even if you’re not going to be there, I still want to know what you think I should be asking the finest JavaScript minds on the planet.

So tell me… what’s on your mind?

Posted by Jeremy on Sunday, November 18th, 2007 at 2:31am


The hot topic the last couple of weeks is: are the additions in ECMAScript 4 good or not?

Another one: do they use JavaScript libraries and which one?

# Posted by Edwin Martin on Sunday, November 18th, 2007 at 12:57pm

Given the growing interest in real-time streaming apps via Comet, and the lack of complete support within assistive technologies (based on, i.e. getting the browsers focus to the updated content - printed over a year ago), can anyone comment or suggest better (or different) ways to approach this problem?

For example a streaming price applications, assistive technologies have problems putting the browsers focus back to that particular updated content.

# Posted by Remy Sharp on Tuesday, November 20th, 2007 at 9:17am

Who is the stroppiest library writer in town?

# Posted by HeavyWeightGeek on Wednesday, November 21st, 2007 at 2:10pm

HeavyWeightGeek, I think I would put my money on Alex Russell. He was possibly even more cantakorous than Douglas Crockford. And yet, like Douglas, he’s a complete gentleman.

When you’re that smart, stroppiness is permitted.

# Posted by Jeremy Keith on Wednesday, November 21st, 2007 at 2:16pm

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November 2007

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