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<h4 style='margin-bottom:0px; '>We Want To Hear From You</h4>
<p style='margin-bottom: 2em; margin-top: 0px'>If you want to present at DojoConf on a topic, product, or idea that you have, there will be a Track B for lightning talks and hackfests. Speaking in Track B is completely free form, but you must be a registered attendee. Sign up will be done at the conference, so start preparing your topic to present today and get ready.</p>
<div class='person clearfix'>
+ <img alt='Daniel Lee' height='150' src='images/lee.jpg' width='150' />
+ <h4>
+ <a href='http://twitter.com/#!/DanielEricLee'>
+ Daniel Lee
+ </a>
+ - So You Think You Know Widgets
+ </h4>
+ <p>
+ You're probably using Widgets, but are you <b>really</b> using Widgets? Do you know about Attribute Maps? Are your widgets leaking memory? Are you sure? Join <a href="http://enterprisedojo.com">enterprisedojo.com</a> Editor and all-around good guy Dan Lee as he leads a discussion on the finer points of custom Dojo widgets, some best practices on the subject, and important anti-patters to avoid. A nerdy good time will be had by all.
+ </p>
+ </div>
+ <div class='person clearfix'>
<img alt='Becky Gibson' height='150' src='images/gibson.jpg' width='150' />
<h4>
<a href='http://twitter.com/#!/becka11y'>
@@ -216,10 +228,10 @@ <h4 style='margin-bottom:0px; '>We Want To Hear From You</h4>
- What's broke with Rails, Django, and every other web app framework...and how to fix them
</h4>
<p>
- "[Rails] has become the framework of choice for implementation [...] of Web 2.0 applications" --Agile Web Development with Rails *2006*
+ "[Rails] has become the framework of choice for implementation [...] of Web 2.0 applications" --Agile Web Development with Rails <i>2006</i>
</p>
<p>
- Really? Then why isn't everybody using Rails in 2011? Did something else replace it? Yes. The 100 other frameworks that were around before it, or came after it, and make the same claims. Isn't it obvious with so many competing frameworks that *none of them are solving the problem*?
+ Really? Then why isn't everybody using Rails in 2011? Did something else replace it? Yes. The 100 other frameworks that were around before it, or came after it, and make the same claims. Isn't it obvious with so many competing frameworks that <b>none of them are solving the problem</b>?
</p>
<p>
Our mental model of a web app is clearly broke. But there is hope: the Javascript community with recent advances in powerful client-side toolkits like Dojo have provided the necessary missing pieces to compose a new design for web apps that can provide an order of magnitude reduction in complexity--resulting in the ability to write better applications, faster, at less cost.
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13 2011/src/pages/speakers.haml
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+.person.clearfix
+ %img{:alt => "Daniel Lee", :height => "150", :src => "images/lee.jpg", :width => "150"}/
+ %h4
+ %a{:href=>"http://twitter.com/#!/DanielEricLee"}
+ Daniel Lee
+ = " - So You Think You Know Widgets"
+ %p
+ You're probably using Widgets, but are you <b>really</b> using Widgets? Do you know about Attribute Maps? Are your widgets leaking memory? Are you sure? Join <a href="http://enterprisedojo.com">enterprisedojo.com</a> Editor and all-around good guy Dan Lee as he leads a discussion on the finer points of custom Dojo widgets, some best practices on the subject, and important anti-patters to avoid. A nerdy good time will be had by all.
+
.person.clearfix
%img{:alt => "Becky Gibson", :height => "150", :src => "images/gibson.jpg", :width => "150"}/
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= " - What's broke with Rails, Django, and every other web app framework...and how to fix them"
%p
- "[Rails] has become the framework of choice for implementation [...] of Web 2.0 applications" --Agile Web Development with Rails *2006*
+ "[Rails] has become the framework of choice for implementation [...] of Web 2.0 applications" --Agile Web Development with Rails <i>2006</i>
%p
- Really? Then why isn't everybody using Rails in 2011? Did something else replace it? Yes. The 100 other frameworks that were around before it, or came after it, and make the same claims. Isn't it obvious with so many competing frameworks that *none of them are solving the problem*?
+ Really? Then why isn't everybody using Rails in 2011? Did something else replace it? Yes. The 100 other frameworks that were around before it, or came after it, and make the same claims. Isn't it obvious with so many competing frameworks that <b>none of them are solving the problem</b>?
%p
Our mental model of a web app is clearly broke. But there is hope: the Javascript community with recent advances in powerful client-side toolkits like Dojo have provided the necessary missing pieces to compose a new design for web apps that can provide an order of magnitude reduction in complexity--resulting in the ability to write better applications, faster, at less cost.
%p

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