SenchaCon Unconference Topics
I know there's a lot of people on the forums planning to attend SenchaCon in July - and I'm very excited to meet many of you in person for the first time!
I'm personally excited for the unconference - and I'm curious if anyone started thinking of topics they'd like to discuss. I'd like to use this thread to foster ideas for the unconference and answer questions leading up to the event.
This is your chance to interact with the community and with Sencha's engineers and executives! The unconference is all about conversation: What topics do you want to discuss?
I'd love to see a discussion about strategies for developing large scale apps--tips and tricks, best practices, memory management, etc.
Can't wait for SenchaCon!
I think that's a great topic! A more concise title might be "Strategies and Best Practices for Large Apps".
Originally Posted by existdissolve
I really hope you propose that at the unconference!
Should I go HTML5 or Native ?
I'd be interested in anyone going very deep into performance or memory profiling. Would be happy to share our thoughts and bag of tricks re. performance.
Doug and Mats - both great topics!
Force.com Development using Sencha Touch - Dos, Donts, Success & Horror Stories
Since we may have a sizeable number of folks from Salesforce dev community (currently counting me, Josh Birk, Samantha Ready, David Schach) and hopefully lots of others, it would be cool to have an unconference to learn from each other's force.com Sencha Touch development experiences.
I think that's an awesome idea! A title as simple as "Sencha Touch and Force.com" would probably suffice - you should definitely sign up!
Originally Posted by gauravkheterpal
What about Argument Reality integration into hibrids Sencha Touch / PhoneGap apps using third party frameworks like Wikitude?
I think that can be a really cool topic - but being very specific, you'll have to keep in mind the unconference sessions will not have projectors.
Originally Posted by AndreaCammarata
If it's a hard conversation to hold without visual aids (like a projector or a laptop) then you may want to have a more general topic like "Augmented Reality Apps" so see (1) what people would find useful, and (2) what tools people might be currently using.
Having said that, I'd personally LOVE to hear about the possibilities!