IBM invites Davalen to present “Have your Dojo and Eat it Too!” at IBM Exceptional Web Experience 2012 Event


With just a few months to go until the 2012 IBM Exceptional Web Experience Conference, IBM has invited Davalen’s Lead Architect for IBM Web Experience Factory, Michael “Spoon” Witherspoon, to present a unique and technical-based session entitled “Have Your Dojo and Eat It Too!”

Monday, May 21, 2012
1:45 – 2:45    Meeting Room 408
TECH-D22 Have your Dojo and eat it too!
Michael “Spoon” Witherspoon

This presentation will focus on how to create a great UI using Dojo while allowing page automation to perform its magic. It will also explain and demonstrate specific techniques for integrating the features of Dojo input fields with the Page Automation framework.

This year’s conference is being held in Austin, Texas beginning Monday, May 21 and ending Thursday May 24, 2012.

Don’t miss this and other great sessions at the event. Register now and don’t forget to mark TECH-D22 as a “must see” presentation to learn how to make exceptional Web 2.0 Web Experience Factory Portlets.

More details to follow so check back soon!

4 comments on “IBM invites Davalen to present “Have your Dojo and Eat it Too!” at IBM Exceptional Web Experience 2012 Event

  1. I’m looking forward to this one. I’ve had the privilege of working with Spoon briefly. He is the Zen master of IBM Web Experience Factory if there ever was one. Every minute of his time is illuminating. Just a small handful of simple tricks that he’ss taught me have been carrying me for miles.

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    • Hi Will!

      Davalen has several twitter account based on specialty. The best place to start is our main company account @Davalen . There you will be able to find our others accounts based on your interest. Since you commented on our blog article about the EWE conference I recommend you check out @PortletFactory or @IBMWebFactory.

      Thanks!

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