by Rob Conery
by Jon Galloway
by Remy Sharp
by Roy Osherove
by Ido Flatow
Every web developer encounter in their work the need to see what goes on "in the wire", whether it is an AJAX call in ASP.NET, a WCF service call from Silverlight, or a simple postback for an ASP.NET web page. With Fiddler, the most famous HTTP sniffer, this is simple enough to do. Fiddler is more than just a sniffer; with Fiddler you can intercept, alter, and record messages. You can even write your own visualizers that display the content of the messages according to its meaning (video, image, XML, JSON …).In this session we will learn how to use Fiddler from bottom to top to make our debugging routine easier.
by John Sheehan
Cloud Computing has reached full-on buzzword status. You're probably familiar with Azure and AppHarbor, but there's a wide world of Cloud Computing tools available to you oustide of just hosting your application. SendGrid, Pusher, Twilio, Dropbox and a bevy of other cloud infrastructure products can significantly decrease development time and costly infrastructure. In this talk John will discuss practical ways to integrate cloud computing into your applications with plenty of live coding.
by Bodil Stokke
Of all the strange new JVM languages, Clojure, with its roots in the alien world of Lisp, may well be the strangest. It is also, its proponents insist, by far the most powerful. They'll show you weird and incomprehensible proofs of this-macros, lazy lists, monads, what have you-that may well send academics into orgies of rapturous debate, but the question always remains: "does this have any real world application at all, or are you all just geeking out on us?"
Let's find out! In this presentation, you'll learn how to build a simple web app using ClojureScript on the client side and the Noir web framework on the server. You'll see how Clojure can help you tie your client code and your server code together, giving beautiful interoperability and code reuse. We might even have a go at a macro or two outside of the lab.
by Aral Balkan
Great design gives people superpowers.
6th–8th June 2012