One of my personal goals when I moved to California was to get more involved with teaching and presenting. Yahoo! has been kind enough to give me the opportunity to speak internally, where I give a class on object-oriented JavaScript and, more recently, my talk on Maintainable JavaScript. They were even nice enough to send me down the Yahoo! office in Santa Monica to talk to them. But how does this help you if you don’t work at Yahoo!?

I’m proud to announce that I’ll be taking my little one-man-show on the road and my first stop will be the Rich Web Experience this fall (September 6-8) in San Jose. I’ll be doing two talks, a reprise of my Maintainable JavaScript talk from Yahoo! (for the first time doing it outside of the company) as well as a new talk on Enterprise JavaScript Error Handling. I know it’s still early for you to be making plans for the fall, but do keep the dates in mind when you’re planning your apple picking and leave raking. Special thanks to Bill Scott, a fellow Yahoo! and the one who put me in touch with Jay Zimmerman, the man behind the conference series (oh, and Adam Platti who first introduced me to Bill Scott).

Disclaimer: Any viewpoints and opinions expressed in this article are those of Nicholas C. Zakas and do not, in any way, reflect those of my employer, my colleagues, Wrox Publishing, O'Reilly Publishing, or anyone else. I speak only for myself, not for them.

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