TAE Keynote

I had the pleasure of doing a Keynote with Joe Walker at the Ajax Experience in Boston yesterday. Our slides went something like this:

I say ‘something like’, because we actually presented from the wrong set. We got the slides to version 1.0 before the talk, but then presented from something like version 0.9. Particularly annoying was the spelling mistake that we fixed on the slide before we talked about how people trust you if you can spell.

The short version of the talk is this: “To continue to be the winning platform, the web need to continue to evolve. Web developers can help by encouraging browser manufacturers to add new features and not stagnate”

Update: my slides from the Dojo 1.0 talk are also up over at the SitePen Blog.

One Comment

  1. Posted February 11, 2008 at 3:03 am | Permalink

    Hi, I just had a look at your slides – very nice work. I like the style of the slides, using eye-charming pictures and the few (textual) information per slide – this is impressive and got me new aspects for my next presentation at the end of this week. Thanks a lot. But a final slide, something like “that´s it, thanks for listening” is missing?