June 05, 2013
At SenchaCon 2013, users will be the first to learn what’s coming next in web development and how to master rich and powerful application development across mobile and desktop environments. Event highlights include:
- Over 65 interactive educational sessions and demonstrations on Sencha’s HTML5 frameworks and developer tools;
- All-day Hackathon to take on an intriguing app development challenge in a friendly competition that requires collaboration, creativity, and great coding skills, as well as some great prizes to be awarded at the end of the day.
Sencha is a key member of the emerging HTML5 ecosystem that is supporting and driving enterprise mobile application adoption. Joining Sencha at this conference are other key leaders in mobility and web including SenchaCon 2013 sponsors BlackBerry®, Microsoft Azure, Tizen, Pivotal, salesforce.com, and Rackspace. Each of these companies will provide attendees with technical guidance and support for developing mobile and web apps for their organizations.
“BlackBerry’s support of HTML5 and our adherence to this as the premier Web standard continues to grow and lead in the mobile space. We understand the value of standardized technologies for the growth of mobile computing and the ability to develop cross platform. Supporting open source programs and ventures, especially in the HTML5 space has never been more important,” said George Staikos, vice president, Web Technologies at BlackBerry. “SenchaCon is a great forum for HTML5 developers to gain even greater knowledge and experience, and we are excited to be a sponsor of the event.”
In addition to the series of broader web and mobile development sessions, SenchaCon 2013 will feature individual tracks offering exclusive educational content on each of Sencha’s development platforms—Sencha Touch and Sencha Ext JS—and sessions on how to optimize Sencha’s developer tools, Sencha’s cloud, and server-side and integration.
Registration for SenchaCon 2013 is now open, so reserve your spot today.
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