Good news everybody! The dates and venue for this year’s jQuery Conference have been determined.
The conference will be held September 12th and 13th at Microsoft Cambridge in Boston, MA.
This will be a 2 day conference with multiple tracks on each day. We’re in the process of planning out the schedule, talking with speakers, and setting up the conference web site.
Watch the jQuery blog or jQuery Twitter feed for notification when registration opens.
While this venue is larger than those that we’ve had in the past (Harvard Law School in ’07 and the MIT Stata Center in ’08) we do expect to sell out all the available seats, as has happened every year so far. That being said, the venue is quite incredible, easily one of the best spaces available for a conference:
A brief synopsis of some of the content that you’ll be able to expect:
The annual conference of jQuery users and developers. There will be talks on jQuery, jQuery UI, plugins, complex application development, and more – all from the top jQuery developers. Case studies from some of the leading users of jQuery will be included along with a 3 hour tutorial for those just getting started.
You can see the schedules from past jQuery conferences here: 2008, 2007. There will be a nominal fee (likely around $100-$150) to help us cover to cost of food for both days and shirts.
Looking forward to seeing everyone in Boston this fall!
Note: If you are interested in sponsoring the conference, please contact John Resig.
Update: Thanks to Jeff for adding the event to Upcoming.