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Bestselling AJAX Author Dave Crane Joins "Real-World AJAX" Seminar Power Panel

Dave Crane has been using the technologies that we now know as Ajax in production for several years

Dave Crane, bestselling author of the book 'Ajax in Action'  joined today Jeremy Geelan's "Power Panel" discussion to take place on March 13 in New York City during the "Real-World AJAX" Seminar. The panel will be taped live for SYS-CON.TV broadcast.

The delegates of this event will also receive a free print copy of Dave's bestselling AJAX book, "Ajax in Action" published by Manning Publications.

Dave Crane is senior developer and architect for Historic Futures Ltd., a UK firm specialising in web-based supply chain management solutions. He is also lead author of the bestselling 'Ajax in Action', and has been using the technologies that we now know as Ajax in production for several years. He has worked extensively in the IT industry over the last ten years, in areas as diverse as home automation, finance and national policy planning, for companies ranging from start-ups to FTSE 100 market leaders, using technologies as diverse as J2EE, Python, Ruby, PHP, Linux and .NET. He holds degrees in Environmental Science, Parallel Computing, and a Ph.D. in simulation modelling and philosophy. He is active as a writer, trainer and mentor in the Ajax community.

SYS-CON Events announced the “Real-World AJAX One-Day Seminar” to take place on Monday, March 13, 2005 in New York City. Delegate and sponsor registration information is now open at the conference website, www.ajaxseminar.com and this event is expected to sell-out.

This one-day AJAX seminar will feature 15 speakers in 11 sessions, including the world’s most renowned AJAX experts: Jesse James Garrett, the Father of AJAX; David Heinemeier Hansson, the creator of Ruby on Rails (with his very first talk on “AJAX in Rails”); Satish Dharmaraj, the creator of server-side Java; Bill Scott, AJAX evangelist of Yahoo!; Scott Dietzen, the creator of WebLogic; Rob Gonda, the bestselling AJAX author and evangelist; and Ross Dargahi, well-known AJAX evangelist and architect.

Seminar attendees will also get a chance to hear from leading AJAX technology companies with presentations of their real-world AJAX solutions and accompanying Q&A discussions.

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