Adobe Connect link :
Perhaps you've heard the term "real-time Web", but you're unsure what that means or why you would want to consider learning it. This presentation will explain how to keep your Web content live and up-to-date without having to constantly refresh/Command+R/CTL+R/F5 the Web page, ping the server at specified intervals, and bring your server down in the process.
All developers, Managers wishing to consider this in their projects
• Life before HTML5 WebSocket
• When would I want to use Web Sockets?
• First hello world
• Real-time communication
• Real-time graphs
• How to use developer tools to debug and monitor
• Fall backs for older browsers
• What's needed for a local test environment
Jose Galdamez is a native of Maryland, a DJ, a US soccer fan, a champion eater, and an all around dancing machine. He's also been making Web sites for the past 15 years (it pays the bills I guess). Jose is active in the developer community. If you don't see him at the local user group you can just as easily catch him on Twitter (@joseGaldamez) chatting it up (he likes being told he's doing it wrong). He's developed Web applications for Univ. of MD College Park, UMUC, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Maryland State Archives, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. He currently works at Teaching Strategies, LLC, a company whose mission is to improve the teaching experience for early childhood educators. Every now and then you may find him lecturing in front of a classroom at Montgomery College. When he's not at work he likes to play at the park with his White Shepherd, collect music, and spend time with the family. He's also getting married in March or something like that.