March 10-12, 2010
Montreal, Canada

Building Real-Time Applications with XMPP

"Are we there yet?" "Are we there yet?" "How 'bout now?" Ever go on a trip where someone is impatient and continues to badger those around them with questions about how quickly we're arriving? It's annoying, yet this is how most modern web applications work! Stop the insanity and learn how you can use XMPP (eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol), the same protocol behind Google Wave, in your applications today.

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Travis Swicegood

Domain51

Travis Swicegood is a professional programmer and consultant with a focus on web applications, performance, and stability. He is the owner of Domain51, and author of Pragmatic Version Control using Git. He has been using PHP since '99 and still remembers how revolutionary PHP 4 was, but can't remember why. He's contributed to numerous open source projects. He's an advocate for TDD and real-time applications.

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