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HTML5Devconf in San Francisco Dives Into Web Technologies in October
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HTML5Devconf in San Francisco Dives Into Web Technologies in October

Richard Harris Richard Harris in HTML5 Wednesday, August 19, 2015

HTML5Devconf will be once again be in San Francisco with this year’s conference held on October 19 – 20 and training sessions held on October 21 – 23.

The event is one of the largest gatherings of technical software developers, designers and decision makers focused on Internet software technologies such as JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, Node.js and other cross platform web, mobile and server technologies. With a number of varying and expanding approaches, tools, best practices, and advice to be had, there's a lot of new information to wrap your head around.

The conference portion will offer the following opportunities:

- Connect with and learn from developers and experts
- Explore two full days of in-depth workshops, keynotes, and sessions from industry professionals
- Take part in a full day of technical training on leading technologies and concepts
- Experience emerging technologies from exhibitors and vendors
- Network with hundreds of other designers
- Enjoy post-conference events and parties where you can get more time with developers in a more casual environment

For the training sessions, all training courses are offered as a one or two day class. Tickets are only valid for the day(s) registered for and registration for these courses can be purchases as part of a conference ticket and can also be purchased ala cart.

Training sessions include:

- Roll Your Own Responsive Design
- Async Programming in JavaScript
- Async Programming in JavaScript
- Take Meteor Into Production
- Beyond REST Building Reliable Distributed Applications
- Big Data Bootcamp for devices
- HTML5 Mobile Game Development for Beginners
- HTML5 Mobile Game Development for Beginners
- AngularJS, Firebase and SPA
- Building custom Yeoman code generators from scratch
- Mobilize your Website
- Building a Hybrid Android App, Eh
- Programming 3D Applications in HTML5 and WebGL
- Getting Started with Meteor
- Web Performance Bootcamp
- Roll Your Own Responsive Design
- Deep Dive Phonegap/Cordova Training
- Machine Learning from IOT Sensor Data
- Zero to Hero: JavaScript 101
- Introduction to Making HTML5 Games with Phaser
- Connecting Crypto Currencies with Node.js
- Nuts and Bolts of WebSocket
- Putting Javascript to Work
- Building robust API's with Node.js
- Code smarter, get MEAN
- AngularJS 101

Read more: http://html5devconf.com/index.html

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