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Source Conference for Sencha Web App Developers, May 5-7 in Europe

April 16, 2011 | Donovan Erba

Source Conference For Sencha Web App Developers, May 2011 in Europe Register now to attend Source DevCon 2011 on May 5-7 in beautiful Split, Croatia. Join the Sencha team and community for three days of intensive, developer-focused tracks covering everything from JavaScript essentials to developing mobile web apps for touchscreens.

Register for Source DevCon 2011

There will be more than 40 presentations, workshops, and training sessions covered by a stellar roster of international speakers and trainers. Get up to speed on the latest in web app frameworks and technologies, including hands-on experience with the latest Ext JS 4.

Learn where the web and mobile industries are headed, so you’re ready to take advantage of the tools you’ll need to build next-generation web apps for desktop and mobile. Highlights of this must-attend event for web app developers include introduction to advanced level presentations on using Ext JS 4, Sencha Touch, and Ext GWT, organized in 4 parallel tracks and 8 conference rooms.

Panoramic picture of Split, Croatia

Come and watch the Sencha team present on emerging web technologies. Sencha’s Ed Spencer, James Pearce, Aditya Bansod, Nigel White, and Brian Moeskau will present on the newest trends and technologies for development of desktop and mobile web applications.

More speaker information

Le Meridien Lav Hotel Sencha Community speakers include Mats Bryntse, Jozef Sakalos, Nils Dehl, Steffen Kamper, Tobias Uhlig, Sven Brunken, Jay Garcia, and Thorsten Suckow-Homberg.

Hang out with your fellow attendees, speakers, and the Sencha team during a party organized at InMotion Casino and Night club within the Le Meridien Lav Hotel. The event ends with The Unplugged Day, giving the attendees a chance to network and learn in a more casual way on a day-long cruise around Split, Croatia. Included in standard conference passport registered before April 18, 2011.

Advance registration tickets are available now through April 18 at 12 noon (GMT), for €590 ($835) — a savings of €200 ($280).

For more information, and to register, visit the Conference website. Follow us on Twitter @SourceDevCon.

There are 11 responses. Add yours.

Mats

4 years ago

Sooo looking forward to this awesome conference, hope to meet lots of Sencha hackers smile

Tobias Uhlig

4 years ago

Indeed, it will be a great time there.

Andrea Cammarata

4 years ago

I would really like to be there and meet the community members and Sencha team, but I have anothere conference in Rome in those days :(

Christian

4 years ago

Just finished booking and reaaaaaally looking forward to that date.

I’m so excited that such a conference is held in Europe!

Luke Fowell

4 years ago

I thought it was a shame it was held in Croatia, it doesn’t seem the best European destination. I would have thought somewhere in Switzerland, Germany, France or the UK would of been better.

Tom

4 years ago

Won’t be able to make it, but I’m excited to see the videos. Hopefully all the session are taped like they were at the last SenchaCon. http://www.sencha.com/conference/videos/ is absolutely the best source available for getting up & running with Sencha technologies.

Fredric berling

4 years ago

I love that its in Europe. And Split is great. At least it was in 1986 when i was there there last time. I hope to see all of you. Lets hope that you Sencha ppl like Europe and decide to place SechaCon2011 here. smile

adazona

4 years ago

i wish to see this, and it is in Europe. and then i can get it in my blog that is http://www.gowndresses.org

Bernard

4 years ago

I am very excited smile already booked my conference pass and the tickets. It’s really great that such an great event takes place in Europe. And Croatia - and Split are beautiful. You won’t regret it. Can’t wait to meet the Sencha community.

Estevan

3 years ago

Hello everybody,

Any news about ExtJs 4 Release ? Thanks

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