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Quick update to the at&t events going on starting this Friday. There will be a "Introduction to Titanium" session at the at&t DevLab on Friday afternoon. If you're looking to attend a deep dive session on working with Titanium, this is your chance! We'll be integrating the at&t API's as part of the session also. Details:
AT&T Mobile App Hackathon is back! AT&T is looking for creative female entrepreneurs and professionals to lead diverse teams of women and men onFriday, April 11th 2014 at the AT&T #WIThack in Atlanta, part of a series ofWomen in Tech Hackathons AT&T is sponsoring across the country. Men are encouraged to attend and join teams – all invited! The winning women led team will be able to select a local Women in Tech focused group, from an approved list, to receive a $10,000 grant.
This Atlanta hackathon challenge will be to build home automation apps that bring together wearables or microcontrollers and scenarios around digital life, house and vehicle, family safety and whatever your imagination brings. Senseis from AT&T, Georgia Tech, sponsors, and local groups will be onsite to help teams hack Arduinos and Freescale mbed boards.
DevLab in Atlanta! To get everyone jumpstarted before the hackathon, we will also be hosting a DevLab hands-on coding workshop that will show you how to build natural language processing, messaging, and advertising in your mobile app. The workshop will be taught by AT&T subject matter experts and, with their help, will give you plenty of opportunity to roll up your sleeves, code, and learn. The event will close on a session from Pratik Patel, CTO of Triplingo and evangelist for Appcelerator, on how to leverage Appcelerator to complete your app.
Both events are held at our new AT&T Foundry Innovation Center. Register now! Hope to see you again and feel free to email me with any questions.