Ajax On The Beach

I just got off the stage at Flash On The Beach. To be honest, I didn’t think anyone would turn up: Microsoft were demoing their newest product in the big auditorium. On the plus side, I had a much smaller room to fill which made it nice and intimate.

The talk went well. The crowd were receptive and responsive, despite the oppressive stuffiness in the room. I was really, really glad that I had time for questions after I was done talking. I ended up talking for an hour (longer than I anticipated), but that still left fifteen minutes for a question and answer session.

I was talking to some people afterwards about some specific Ajax issues (cross-domain stuff, mostly) and I’ve posted some relevant links over on the DOM Scripting site.

Now that my talk is done, I can relax and enjoy Hillman Curtis.

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Previously on this day

16 years ago I wrote We loves it forever

While my days are filled with PHP coding over at Message, I’ve been escaping in the evenings into the world of Middle Earth.

17 years ago I wrote Lambchop

I had the good fortune of seeing Lambchop play just down the street from me on Tuesday night.

18 years ago I wrote DeCSS

I thought I was being a smartypants by posting the Perl source code for decrypting DVDs but this is really clever: