Ajax Functionality and Usability Patterns – Podcast 4 of 4: Functionality Patterns

This is the fourth and final podcast in the series on Ajax functionality and usability patterns (Book: Part 4, pp 327-530). This 54-minute podcast covers seven patterns of Ajax Architecture (Book: Chapter 17, pp 473-530):

Dedicated to the Nitobians, whose last podcast inspired me to crank another one out again. Recent events suggest it may cost me $5000 to appear on their podcast again, and as Andre points out in this podcast, the same applies for them appearing on my podcast. Thus, my simple proposal would be:

  1. Each of us appear on the others’ podcast, at $5000 each. Actually, let’s make that $50k each.
  2. Cancel the debt
  3. Now each of us can claim our podcast attracts guests who pay $50k to appear. Enough to cover headsets ($20), bandwidth ($10/month with Libsyn), and assorted beverages (name your price).
  4. Profit!!!

Soon I’ll be publishing the final podcast in the overall series, which has already been recorded, and then I’ll be taking it in a more general direction akin to the topics on this blog – talking about agile, programming (Java/Rails/etc), usability, Web2.0, as well as Ajax and the coming revolution of real-time webapps. If you have a skype account and you’d like to join me sometime, drop us an email ([email protected]). Also feel free to suggest any topics that would be good to cover.

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