Interested in the real time Web? Don’t miss the Keeping It Realtime Conference, Nov 7 and 8

When it comes to the modern Web, developers don’t want to just deliver information. They want to build dynamic sites that deliver data as it happens—in real time.

But how do you do that? What are the tips and tricks? And what’s working for some of the most cutting-edgiest Web types in the world? Well, there’s only one way find out. Head to the Keeping It Realtime Conference.

By developers, for developers. Passionate, kickass speakers. Brand new frameworks unveiled. Education for beginners & vets. Diverse perspectives and stacks. Venue to maximize discussion. Awesome networking events. Two amazing days.

Talks, demos, and discussions on the methods, technologies, and challenges of creating the realtime web. This is going to be a ridiculously fun, can’t-miss event.

What are you still doing reading this? Get over there and register.

What’s that? You need something more concrete than “It’s awesome”? Fine. Let’s see, they’ll be discussing everything from dNode to NowJS, from WebSockets to SockJS… heck there’s even a case against HTML5.

And the speakers? Wait until you get a load of the speakers. Alex Payne from BankSimple, Jens Alfke from CouchBase, Jina Bolton from Github, Julien Genestoux from Superfeedr, Leah Culver from Convore, Marshall Kirkpatrick from ReadWriteWeb, Scott Hanselman from Microsoft… the list goes on and on.

So yes. It’s totally worth your time. It’s going to be totally amazing. And the $395 conference fee seems totally affordable. Best of all? It’s right here in Portland. It’s practically your backyard.

So get registered. Or get more information at Keeping It Realtime.

[Full disclosure: PIE is a sponsor of the Keep It Realtime Conference. I work for PIE.]

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  2. Looks like a great conference! Geoloqi’s Kyle Drake will be talking about real-time data and Sinatra Synchrony too!

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