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Rock Out at SenchaCon 2013

Rock Out at SenchaCon 2013

June 05, 2013 | Tracy Pullman

This year’s event is going to be off the hook! We’ve got an amazing venue with dozens of amenities and conveniences. Check out the SenchaCon Flickr stream to see some of the photos from our recent site visit in Orlando.

The Unconference Unmasked

The Unconference Unmasked

April 24, 2013 | Arthur Kay

We are trying something different and very cool this year at SenchaCon 2013 in Orlando in July — a mini-unconference! Some of you may be familiar with unconferences (also known as “open spaces”, “birds of a feather”, etc) — but for those of you who are not, an unconference consists of unstructured sessions that are determined and hosted by you, the conference attendees.

SenchaCon Update: Early Bird Extended, and More

SenchaCon Update: Early Bird Extended, and More

April 10, 2013 | Tracy Pullman

Wanted to share some great news and a few conference updates. First the good news — we are extending early bird pricing an extra two weeks. We heard the pleas for “just a bit more time” from many who were scrambling to work out schedules, get approvals, finish their taxes, etc… and we obliged.

The Sencha Hackathon Recap

The Sencha Hackathon Recap

November 02, 2011 | James Pearce

SenchaCon in Austin last week really reaffirmed our belief in the strength of the Sencha community – and most especially on day three, when we hosted our biggest ever Sencha Hackathon.

SenchaCon 2011—The Mega Recap

SenchaCon 2011—The Mega Recap

November 01, 2011 | Michael Mullany

SenchaCon 2011 was an awesome event for the team and the community. We had over 600 attendees attending more than 50 unique sessions, a rocking party and a fantastic hackathon. Here’s the highlights of last week’s mega-event!

SenchaCon 2011 Contest Winners

SenchaCon 2011 Contest Winners

October 27, 2011 | James Pearce

Our SenchaCon 2011 Contest encouraged our community to build the best apps possible with Sencha technologies. And, as ever, the entries did not disappoint! We had hundreds of application submissions, and the standard was extremely high.