NCDEVCON 2013 – September 21-22

NCDevCon will host it’s 5th conference on Web and Mobile development, Javascript and HTML5 next month at NC State School of Textiles. A variety of local and international speakers will present on development topics at the Triangle’s largest software development conference.

Registration for the event is $200, which includes:

  • Entry to the weekend event,
  • all presentations and hands-on classes.
  • Lunch (both days)
  • Coffee, drinks and snacks (both days)
  • Conference shirt Saturday evening networking event

The session list can be found here.

Last year, attendees totaled over 280 and Jim Priest and Dan Wilson expect over 300 this year.  If you are a reader of this blog you know that I feel strongly that we need to compete nationally for dev talent.  In order for us to do that we need a consistent effort to create, train and support the software development.  Kudos to these guys for fighting the good fight.

The conference also include several instructor led hands-on sessions at no additional charge for attendees. The hands-on classes are usually 2-3 hours and attendees bring their own laptops. This year they’re offering the following hands-on classes:

  • Backbone.js
  • PhoneGap Tips, Tricks & Traps
  • Intro to Sencha Touch

Register here!!

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Speaker, investor, mentor, startup founder. One of 3 or 4 Co-Founders of MapQuest (sold to AOL for $1.2B). Managing Director of $25M Venture Fund in late 90's. CEO, COO or President of various companies ranging from $200k to $20M in size. One of two Managing Directors of The Startup Factory (35 investments across 7 cohorts), founder and MC of the Big Top Reverse Job Fair and national writer and speaker waxing poetic around startups and startup communities. Currently EIR @ Techstars with Brad Feld ~ Startup Communities, to help community leaders around the world grow their startup community.

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