Finally back home after my trip to Boston. It was a little weird, I felt like I really wasn’t there for all that long because my typical trips back to Boston involve meeting up with friends and family every day. Since I was at the Ajax Experience for most of the time, it seemed to go by much faster. Also reminded me what I love Massachusetts and everything about it (including the bad drivers).

I put my presentations up on Slideshare for everyone to view. They were actually on the spotlight for a day as well:

My talks certainly weren’t the “sexy” ones of the conference; those are typically the ones centered around popular or upcoming JavaScript frameworks. However, I did get a lot of positive feedback about the content and I really hope that people learned a thing or two.

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