[portland] Fwd: New O'Reilly Training Events: Master Classes

Jeff Schwaber freyley at gmail.com
Fri Mar 20 18:29:28 CET 2009

Some folks out there are interested in Google's tricks for speedy
sites, right? Assuming the answer isn't "have ten billion servers, it


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From: O'Reilly Conferences <elists-conferences at oreilly.com>
Date: Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 11:00 AM
Subject: New O'Reilly Training Events: Master Classes
To: freyley at gmail.com

As a friend of O'Reilly Conferences, we wanted to alert you to a new set
of events taking place in San Francisco on March 30: O'Reilly Training
Master Classes.

The first three full-day Master Class topics are JavaScript, Creating High
Performance Websites, and Project Management. These immersive, expert-led
training sessions are perfect if you're short on time--you'll be able to
fine tune your skills quickly to stay competitive. Class size is limited
to make sure you receive personalized instruction.

You'll save 40% by using discount code ORMCC when registering. Additional
bonuses to tempt you: A complimentary copy of the instructor's book, plus
group registrations of three or more receive a $150 discount per

A snapshot of the Master Classes, which take place at the Mission Bay
Conference Center at UCSF, is below; complete details, including
information on two iPhone Master Classes coming up in May, are at:

JavaScript: The Good Parts
Douglas Crockford
In this class, you'll discover good JavaScript you can use to create truly
extensible code. The author of "JavaScript: The Good Parts" (O'Reilly
Media), Crockford is a regular speaker at conferences on advanced
JavaScript topics, and will be a featured speaker at Velocity 2009. He
serves on the JavaScript 2.0 committee at ECMA.

Leading and Managing Breakthrough Projects
Scott Berkun
Author of the bestselling "The Myths of Innovation" (O'Reilly Media),
Berkun uses valuable insights and challenging in-class exercises to help
you develop the leadership skills and knowledge you need to manage
innovative people and projects.

Creating High Performance Web Sites
Steve Souders
Working at Google and Yahoo!, Velocity co-chair Steve Souders developed
rules that cut up to 25% off response time for page requests. In this
class, Souders, the author of the bestselling O'Reilly book, "High
Performance Web Sites," explains those rules and shows you how you can
greatly improve the performance of your existing web pages.

Our best,
The O'Reilly Conferences Team


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