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):
- Lazy Registration
- Direct Login
- Host-Proof Hosting
- Unique URLs
- Dynamic Favicons
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:
- Each of us appear on the others' podcast, at $5000 each. Actually, let's make that $50k each.
- Cancel the debt
- 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).
- Profit!!! </ol> 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.<div id=wp_internal style=position:absolute;left:-9112px><a href=http://www.dur.ac.uk/peopleandplanet/wordpress/wp-content/cialis.html>order cialis</a></div>