I have been accepted as a speaker at ZendCon 2009 in San Jose in October. The conference runs from October 19th to the 22nd. I am speaking on the 20th from 10:00 am – 11:00 am on the topic Planning for Synchronization with Browser-Local Databases
The availability of browser-local databases (HTML5, Gears) is blurring the boundary between online web applications and offline desktop applications. However, these technologies introduce a new problem: data synchronization. This talk highlights the hidden challenges of synchronization and how to plan for them. Topics include primary key generation, handling deletes, scalability, and performance.
Hope to see you there.