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AJAX World RIA Conference News - Do RIA and AJAX Widgets Open Security Back Doors?

Neil Smithline to discuss in October how to write an RIA widget that avoids security pitfalls

By producing a popular RIA widget you can distribute your code to millions of users practically overnight. Most widgets are designed to gather data from the web and then present that data to the user. In order to enable this functionality, Google Gadgets for example support a rich programming model based on based on JavaScript and the Gadgets' API.

"Unfortunately, rich platforms tend to lead to programming errors and security issues," notes Neil Smithline, who in October will be speaking at the 6th International AJAXWorld RIA Conference & Expo being held in San Jose, CA, 20-22 October, 2008.

"The users of a poorly written RIA widget can have their online accounts breached, web site passwords compromised, local computer data stolen, and even lose control of their computer," Smithline adds.

His presentation, via code snippets, flow diagrams, and other means, will discuss how to write an RIA widget that avoids these pitfalls.

He joins a faculty of industry thought leaders and practitioners that includes:

  • The CTO of Adobe - Kevin Lynch (Keynote) 

  • Microsoft's Corporate VP of Silverlight - Scott Guthrie (Keynote)

  • The discoverer of JSON - Douglas Crockford
  • The creator of jQuery - John Resig
  • Engineering manager of the YUI Team at Yahoo! - Eric Miraglia
  • Senior Evangelist, Amazon - Jeff Barr
  • Architect at eBay - Michael Galpin
  • Principal Information Architect at Travelocity - Adam Polansky
  • Developer Advocate at Google - Christian Schalk
  • Group Program Manager at Microsoft - Brad Abrams 
  • Director, User Interface Engineering at Netflix - Bill Scott
  • VP of Engineering at TripIt.com - Andy Denmark 
  • Chairman & CEO of WaveMaker - Chris Keene
  • CTO of Pathfinder Development - Dietrich Kappe
  • Sun's AJAX Architect - Greg Murray
  • Technology Evangelist for Web Services and Web 2.0 Apps at Sun - Arun Gupta
  • Senior Engineer and Designer, Yahoo!  - Nate Koechley
  • President and senior trainer at Object Training Group - James Harmon
  • Lead Developer of the Qcodo Development Framework for PHP - Michael Ho
  • VP of Business Development at CommuniGate Systems - Jon Doyle
  • Sr. Developer at the creative agency Magnani Caruso Dutton - Mike Girouard
  • Lead Developer for the Oracle Fusion Middleware Integration Platform - Rakesh Saha
  • UI Architect at Edream Solutions - Sue Googe
  • System Operations Manager at EngineYard - Yehuda Katz
  • Senior Technology Evangelist at Microsoft - Laurence Moroney
  • Co-Founder & COO of Concept Solutions - John Krahulec
  • Co-Founder & COO of Finicity - Nicholas Thomas
  • Principal Consultant, Experience Design at Molecular - Evan Gerber
  • Principal Engineer, VeriSign - Karthik Shyamsunder
  • Chief dragon-wrangler for Komodo - Shane Caraveo
  •  Principal Software Developer, Red Hat - Thomas Heute
  • Operations Manager of the OpenAjaxAlliance - John Ferraiola
  • Web Theorist, IBM - Andrew Donoho
  • Tech Lead of the Spring Faces project  - Jeremy Grelle
  • Senior Consultant at SpringSource - Rossen Stoyanchev 
     

AJAXWorld RIA Conference & Expo 2008 West
The days when AJAX is the only game in town are over, and the 6th International AJAXWorld RIA Conference & Expo in San Jose, CA, on October 20-22, 2008 is your chance to come and see it and hear it for yourself.

Because it's easy to misjudge priorities and invest in the wrong technology, AJAXWorld will help you invest in the right one for your particular business. It will help you find the optimal balance between business needs, technology potential, and enhanced user experience. AJAXWorld RIA Conference & Expo 2008 West is where you can find what you're going to need for business survival and Web success in 2008, 2009 and beyond.

AJAXWorld's 80+ technical sessions, Keynotes, Power Panels and General Session Demos will help you determine which Rich Internet Technology will provide the most meaningful impact in your business, organization or service. The conference program aims to inform and inspire you toward the detailed implementation plan that you're going to need in the next 12 months in your own initiative whether that's SaaS, financial services, healthcare, enterprise portals, ISV applications, or whatever.

The Expo floor additionally will allow you to follow up on the premier solutions already available and to choose which best suits your needs.

Click here to Attend and Save $400 on Golden Pass (Expires June 13th, 2008)

Click here to Sponsor and/or Exhibit
Click here to Submit a Speaking Proposal 

More Stories By RIA News Desk

Ever since Google popularized a smarter, more responsive and interactive Web experience by using AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript + XML) for its Google Maps & Gmail applications, SYS-CON's RIA News Desk has been covering every aspect of Rich Internet Applications and those creating and deploying them. If you have breaking RIA news, please send it to [email protected] to share your product and company news coverage with AJAXWorld readers.

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