Every HTTP Status Code
Jamie is COO and CTO of 8thBridge, a pioneering social commerce startup. Previously, he served as CTO for leading financial publishers including the Wall Street Journal Digital Network, Enterprise Media Group of Dow Jones and MarketWatch, Inc. He was the founding CTO of BigCharts, the leading provider of financial tools and information to consumers and financial services companies via the web. In 1999, BigCharts was acquired by MarketWatch and the technology is still used by Dow Jones & Company today. In addition, Jamie has developed and managed products and technologies for properties including Barron’s, Virtual Stock Exchange, Dow Jones Newswires and Dow Jones Indexes.
Garrick Van Buren
He has assisted Westlaw, Star Tribune, LifeTime Fitness, Sun Microsystems, Target, Best Buy, Orbitz.com, and countless start-ups in developing and maintaining a compelling, sustainable, web presence. Garrick co-founded and contributes to the MNteractive.com and PodcastMN.com communities, and continues to publish one of the first podcasts – The First Crack Podcast. Recently, Garrick has built Typerighter - a quiet, cross-device writing environment.
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During the SOPA blackout we all learned that we shouldn't send a HTTP Status 200 for a blackout. Everyone knows what a 404 is. And most of us know the difference between a 301 and a 302. But there are over 65 HTTP status codes! We live eat and breath the web and we had better know what these status codes mean!
In this session we will quickly go over every HTTP status code, what it is for, why you use it, etc. This will be part informational and part theater as we try to make it through each one in the 45 minutes allotted us!
Be on time!